Eye injury and loss of visionEyes are one of our most important organs, providing us with the ability to see alongside the ability to coordinate our bodies for day to day tasks. Due to our eyes being very fragile, infections and injuries are very common in day to day life, and serious problems can arise from late diagnosis of eye conditions and from surgery that goes wrong.

Unfortunately, if you or a loved one have suffered damage to your vision due to negligence in treatment or surgery, your eyesight may be permanently damaged.  Let Patient Protection help you make a claim for the compensation you need and deserve for specialist equipment or adapted accommodation.

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Causes of eye injury
  • Retinal detachments
  • Glaucoma
  • Laser surgery
  • Cataract surgery
  • Eye trauma following accidents
  • Foreign bodies or objects in the eyes

As with most serious accidents and injuries, the sooner eye problems are diagnosed, the sooner the correct treatment can be administered to minimise or prevent further damage.

Delays in diagnosis can lead to loss of vision, full or partial, which has a huge impact on day to day life.

The compensation received after making a successful claim for negligent treatment or surgical mistakes can provide much needed specialist equipment or help make adaptations to your home.

If you feel that you or a loved one’s sight has suffered due to delays in eye injury treatment or from a mistake made during surgery, then let Patient Protection help you.