Eye Injury Claims
Over 120,000 eye injury claims are made each and every year. Since we rely upon our eyes significantly, any sort of injury of damage to the eye, causing sight loss can be extremely distressing. That is why DPP Law take eye injury compensation claims very seriously.
As the eye is one of the most sensitive parts of the body, it can be relatively easy to incur an injury. If you have suffered an eye injury through the fault or negligence of someone else, then you may be able to make a claim for eye injury compensation.
One of our expert personal injury lawyers will be able to assess the extent of your eye injury and the circumstances surrounding it.
Eye Injury Symptoms
The most common eye injury symptoms and causes are:
- Foreign bodies in the eye, such as - an object that is stuck causing blurred vision and pain
- Impact injury to the facial area, such as an assault or hitting your head during a slip or fall
- Chemical eye burns, that are common with work accidents
- Light induced eye injuries from the likes of welding, explosions or ultra-violet lights
Loss of Sight Compensation Claims
If you have lost your sight in an accident at work, or in a public place, then DPP Law can help you to claim compensation for your distress and your eye injuries.
We have a wealth of experience in claiming for facial and eye injuries which are both complex and incredibly serious injuries. We have a multitude of experts at had to assess your injury and ensure you receive the best medical care as well as ensuring you receive maximum compensation in the shortest possible time.
To talk to our solicitors about making a loss of sight injury claim contact us now. We can talk you through the claims process and also give you an idea of how much compensation you may be entitled to.