Claims for Loss of Sight

Advice and Assistance from Cohen Cramer

If, as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you have suffered eye damage or loss of sight you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and any financial losses arising from the accident.

We have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that you receive the compensation to which you are entitled.

Your Claim for Damage to Your Eye

 

A partial or total loss of sight can be caused by many types of accident. You may have been involved in a road traffic accident or an accident at work.  Whatever the cause, any loss or reduction in your vision, whether it is permanent or temporary, can be devastating not only for you but also for those having to assist you with daily activities which were previously taken for granted.

We understand the impact of an eye injury and we work closely with carefully selected experts to make sure that you receive every penny of compensation that you are due, and that is yours by right.

For your initial consultation get in touch with us today:

We deal with most claims on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis. This means that from the outset you can be certain that you will never be out of pocket, providing you co-operate throughout the course of your claim. This means that this leaves you to concentrate on adapting to your new condition without having to worry about legal fees.

What Can You Claim for Your Eye Injury?

 

Claims involving such injuries are not dealt with overnight; it can take several years to gather all the evidence required to support your claim. We don’t rush such claims just so that we can get paid; you are our number one priority. Wherever possible, we will ensure that we obtain interim payments throughout the course of your case to ease the pressure on you and your family.

Interim payments are payments on account of compensation, designed to ease the financial strain on you. These can be used to help pay the bills, to fund any necessary adaptations to your home, for transport, or for whatever is necessary to help you cope with your situation.

As well as claiming for the actual physical injury and the ‘inconvenience’ of the loss or deterioration in your eye-sight, we will also look to recover for all any financial losses that may arise as a result of the accident.

These can include:

  • lost income, to include any future losses if your eye-sight further deteriorate;
  • the cost of any treatment you may need to assist with your recovery or rehabilitation;
  • additional travel costs if, as a result of the accident, you are no longer able to drive;
  • the cost of adapting your home to take account of your condition if required;
  • any other financial losses resulting from the accident.

Starting Your Eye Injury Claim

 

To see how we can help with your claim for loss of sight get in touch with us today. Most cases are dealt with on a no win-no fee basis, so you won’t have to worry about the cost if your claim is not successful.

To find out if you have a claim get in touch with us today:

Case study

Mike Massen of Cohen Cramer Solicitors recently dealt with a young man who sustained an injury to his left eye on his third day at his first job. He already had a birth defect to his right eye so the injury severely compromised his overall sight. He was able to lead a full and happy life albeit with limitations. The claim settled for slightly above £500,000.00, allowing him and his partner to buy their first home outright and to have the security of knowing that they would always have a roof over their heads.

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