Eye claims we assist with:
Laser Eye Surgery
Laser Eye Surgery
Our medical negligence solicitor panel successfully assisted Mrs A. claim compensation when delayed treatment resulted in an avoidable injury.
Eye Surgery & Treatment Claims
Most of us take our eyes for granted, it's only when something goes wrong we appreciate how important sight is. Eye medical negligence claims arise when a doctor, optician or surgeon provides unacceptable standards of treatment to a patient, who is then affected by health complications, financial losses or premature death. If you or your loved one has suffered due to a misdiagnosis, botched eye surgery, faulty lens replacement or another ophthalmic error, then there may be grounds for making a compensation claim.
The Mistreatment.com panel of 'no win no fee' medical negligence solicitors have represented clients throughout England & Wales and helped them access justice through making a 'no win no fee' medical claim.
Our consultant lawyer panel has a track record in negotiating and recovering the following types of special damages:
- Injury & Suffering
- Loss of Earnings
- Financial Losses
- Private Treatment
- Care Costs
- Housing Adaptation
- Mobility Aids
- Assistive Technology
- Relocation Costs
- Funeral Costs
- Future Expenses
- Independent Financial Advice
Making a compensation claim can help to get answers or an admission of failure which can help provide financial security and improve the claimants quality of life.
6 Step Quick Guide
MAKING A EYE INJURY COMPENSATION CLAIM
Find out for FREE if our solicitor panel can assist with your medical negligence claim.
For your peace of mind most claims are normally no win no fee.
Medical records are reviewed and independent expert opinions are obtained.
Your solicitor fights to get you justice and an official admission of neglect.
This can help pay bills or start rehabilitation, while the special damages are still being quantified.
Your compensation, special damages, legal fees and disbursements are recovered.
FAQs - Eye Compensation Claims
An infant with cerebral palsy recovers interim compensation to cover care & costs for an adapted home.
Our panel of medical negligence solicitors helps recover interim damages exceeding £2.2 million, for the benefit of a child with cerebral palsy to provide a home for him and his family, suitably adapted to accommodate his severe disability.