An eye injury can cause damages that have a profound impact on all areas of your daily life. But if you’ve suffered an injury to one or both of your eyes through an accident or the negligence of someone else, and you think you may be in a position to claim compensation, don’t hesitate to contact OH Parsons and start the eye injury claim process.
We’re here to assist you in gathering evidence and winning compensation for eye injury and serious injury claims.
An eye injury claim is a legal process through which individuals who have suffered an eye injury due to an accident or negligence can receive compensation.
Eye injuries, as with other personal injuries, can have a profound and lasting impact on a person’s daily life. This can result in a range of both physical and mental damages, including loss of vision, pain, and emotional trauma.
Here are some common situations that can cause eye-related injuries:
Making a claim for an eye injury can be a complex process, which is why it’s important to have the support of a specialist personal injury solicitor. Eye injuries can have life-changing consequences; with our help, you can win the compensation you deserve.
Our compassionate and professional approach means that we’re always by your side, fighting for your rights and helping you to regain control of your life after an eye injury.
Eye injuries can range from mild to severe and can have a lasting impact on a person’s physical, mental, and daily life. Here are some of the most common types of eye injury:
These injuries can result in a range of consequences, including vision loss, headaches, dizziness, and psychological distress. In some cases, an eye injury can cause permanent disabilities, impacting a person’s ability to work and enjoy daily life.
When making an eye injury claim, it’s worth noting some of the common mistakes that can negatively impact the outcome of your case.
Failing to gather enough evidence, not seeking medical attention quickly, not accurately documenting your losses and expenses, and making a claim without the right kind of legal representation are all errors that could prevent your claim from being successful in court.
At OH Parsons, we understand the legal complexities involved in eye injury claims and can help you avoid these pitfalls. With our expertise and years of experience, we will ensure that your claim is handled with the utmost care and attention to detail.
At OH Parsons, we understand that the process of filing a serious injury or eye injury claim might seem overwhelming. That’s why we delineate the process as clearly as possible, to give our clients confidence and provide an easily-understandable pathway to compensation.
The first step in the process is the gathering of all relevant information and evidence; this would include things like details regarding the incident, and any witness statements.
Next, our specialist solicitors will examine pertinent insurance, health and medical records and any other documentation related to the injury.
Finally, should the potential compensator fail to acknowledge liability or provide interim funding, we will proceed with the necessary court proceedings.
The OH Parsons team is tremendously experienced and knowledgeable in this area, and we’ll be there to guide you every step of the way.
OH Parsons provides industry-leading support in serious injuries and securing eye injury compensation, with a high rate of success that has seen us secure tens of millions in damages for our clients.
Our dedicated team of solicitors boasts over 75 years of combined experience in handling eye injury claims. With a no-win-no-fee guarantee, you’ll have peace of mind and confidence in our services.
Our objective is to help you recover the best possible package of compensation and support you in navigating the complex legal process.
Any physical, mental or social damages suffered by a person as a direct consequence of an eye injury can be considered relevant here.
For example, if you’ve suffered physical harm, mental health issues, loss of earnings, a negative impact on relationships, a deterioration in personal circumstances, or have needed to pursue expensive treatment options, we may be able to pursue a package of compensation.
The first step in making an eye injury claim is to contact expert solicitors. Failure to acquire specialist representation is one of the most commonly-made mistakes when it comes to serious injuries, and is likely to affect your case in a negative way.
With an expert lawyer on your side, they’ll step in to take note of the details regarding the case, including testimonies, the existence of evidence, and any relevant medical records. This helps us arrive at an objective and honest appraisal regarding the strength of your case.
From there – should the potential compensator refuse to acknowledge responsibility or fail to provide interim funding – we’ll issue legal proceedings. This is when the case escalates to the court, and hearings may happen.
OH Parsons is here to protect your rights and support your case as we work together to secure the compensation you deserve. Our no-win-no-fee policy means you won’t bear any risk from a legal standpoint; you’ll only need to pay legal costs once we win damages from the defendant.
A settlement may cover one or several damages that you’ve suffered as a result of an eye injury. For example, you might receive compensation for medical expenses (such as rehabilitation or medication), loss of earnings, or emotional/physical pain and suffering.
The amount of compensation we pursue will depend on the severity of factors like these, and the extent to which they are demonstrable in the eyes of the court. Having said that, we routinely win significant packages for our clients, and over the years have managed to secure millions to help victims move forward with their lives.
We offer a free initial consultation as part of our industry-leading service. This is for you to meet with an expert solicitor and ask any questions, and for us to make an honest assessment regarding the likelihood of your case succeeding.
Alternatively, you can contact us by phone on 020 7379 7277, or email us now at [email protected].