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If you have suffered an injury to the eye that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be able to make an eye injury claim. Our award-winning solicitors provide no win, no fee legal advice to individuals who have suffered injuries through no fault of their own.
Our specialist solicitors are on hand to guide you every step of the way through the claims process, and will consult with eye health experts to ensure you receive the support you need to get your life back on track following an injury.
We have built a reputation as a solicitor that truly cares about its clients, and we will work tirelessly to help you secure the compensation to which you are entitled. Based in offices across Yorkshire, we have a proven track record and have been providing legal counsel for more than a century.
Our solicitors have decades of experience in helping people to claim eye injury compensation, meaning we have the expertise required to build a strong case for you. Whether your eye injury was sustained while at work, following a surgical procedure, or in your personal life, we will work with you to give you the best possible chance of successfully claiming compensation.
We have handled cases where clients have been affected by:
At Ramsdens Solicitors, we understand the sensitive nature of such cases, and we realise that even the smallest issues with your vision can be upsetting. In extreme cases, eye surgery accidents can have a devastating and long-term impact on your life, and that of your loved ones - but we are here to help.
Compensation secured by our eye injury solicitors will help to cover any earnings you have lost as a result of time needed off work, as well as the cost of any medical treatment required. Making a claim will also help to hold those responsible for your injury to account, while compensating you for the pain and discomfort caused.
You can rest assured that your eye injury claim will be handled with the utmost diligence and care. We have been providing legal services for members of the public across Yorkshire and further afield for more than 150 years. During this time, we have earned a strong reputation as a leading solicitor and are confident we can help you.
Ramsdens Solicitors is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Law Society Personal Injury Panel, meaning we are a reputable and well-respected firm in the field of accident claims.
Our personal injury department is headed by award-winning solicitor Natalie Marrison, who has a proven track record of helping individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own.
By choosing Ramsdens to handle your eye injury claim, you can guarantee:
You can read about our awards and accreditations here.
Am I eligible to claim eye injury compensation?
In order to make an eye injury claim, it needs to be proven that your injury was caused by the negligence of another party, whether that was your employer or somebody else. To increase the likelihood that your claim is successful, you should gather as much evidence as possible to prove that negligence was present.
Where possible, take photographs of the scene where the incident took place, as well as of your injuries. If your injury was sustained at work, collect as much proof as possible that the right safety equipment was not provided.
By contacting an experienced personal injury solicitor, you will be able to gain a good idea of potential next steps, as well as the likelihood that your claim will be successful.
How much is my eye injury claim worth?
The amount of eye injury compensation you are eligible to claim depends on the extent of your injuries and the complexity of your case. Speaking to our respected solicitors will give you a good idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to.
Is there a time limit for making an eye injury claim?
In the majority of cases, those affected by an eye injury will have three years from the date of the incident to make a claim. However, it can sometimes take a longer period of time to determine the cause of the injury. In such cases, you will have three years from the date you realised the injury was caused by the incident within which to make a claim.