If you have suffered loss of sight within the last 3 years as a result of an accident or associated with your past or present employment then contact LPS today.
LPS has dedicated solicitors that have helped thousands of people successfully claim loss of sight compensation. We aim to the maximum amount of compensation available for your claim using our No Win No Fee claims process.
Loss of sight either fully or partially can be a stressing experience. Losing your sight could mean the ability to not work again, drive or even see your children or loved ones smile or grow up. Eye injuries can happen in all sorts of incidents, including road traffic accidents, accidents at work, slip, trips or falls or even from assault or whilst on holiday.
LPS has been helping people to get justice and compensation for years, so if you suffer from loss of sight as a result of an accident that was not your fault you have the right to claim compensation.
Types of eye sight loss
- Permanent / Temporary
- Partial / Total (blindness)
Types of accidents causing loss of sight
Trauma to the head such as a strike from a fist or other object can lead to eyesight loss. Fights breaking out in bars or on the street, often when people are under the influence of alcohol, are just one example of how this sort of behaviour can result in terrible consequences. Don’t let the perpetrator get away with it!
Without the right safety equipment, people like welders can be exposed to light that is too intense for the eyes, resulting in temporary or permanent eye injury. This is not only the case for welders but in fact anyone that is exposed to such lights whether part of their work or otherwise.
Lots of factory based jobs are liable to chemical exposure but if your employer has not offered the relevant training on how to use them or what to do if there is a spillage then there is definite liability here.
The danger of electric shocks are all around us in today’s techno world. If you are unfortunate enough to experience a shock, then damage to your eyesight is a real and potential risk.
Grit and particles
Working in manufacturing on machinery can expose you to certain particles that without the correct protective and safety equipment can get into the eye, causing loss of sight or even blindness.
As with road traffic accidents can cause direct injury to the eye or the eyesight loss can be as a result of brain damage from a head injury
Everyday objects that we are surrounded by can cause serious damage to the eyes if used in the wrong way.
What to do now?
If you have suffered loss of sight due to an accident, injury or work, you may be able to claim compensation. Contact LPS we work on a No Win No Fee basis so call our solicitors today on 0800 996 1807, text 4myclaim to 88802, chat to us online or complete our short form now.