Experiencing loss of sight can have serious implications for your life, affecting your ability to perform daily tasks, impacting your work and changing the way you engage in routine activities and enjoy your pastimes. Beyond the immediate physical challenges, the loss of sight can have emotional repercussions, casting uncertainties about your future health, prospects and financial stability.
If your vision loss resulted from the negligence or direct actions of another person or organisation, you may have a right to claim compensation to address both the pain and any financial setbacks you're facing.
At Switalskis, we understand the gravity of what you're going through. With a focus on loss of sight compensation claims, our personal injury team is prepared to guide you through the process of securing the compensation you deserve. Our solicitors possess extensive experience in handling claims for vision loss of various degrees and causes. We recognise the sensitivity these claims demand and are committed to providing compassion and clear guidance, making sure you’re well-informed at every step.
Whether your vision loss arose from an accident, a workplace incident or other circumstances, we’re here to support you in claiming compensation. Choosing to work with us means more than just securing advice; it's about gaining the support of a deeply dedicated team.
At Switalskis, we understand the impact that loss of sight can have on every aspect of your life. Our solicitors are here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to pursue financial compensation for this.
When you reach out to us, we’ll take the time to understand your situation. We'll discuss the circumstances surrounding your loss of sight to determine the viability of your compensation claim and make sure you’re fully informed about the claims process, so you know what to expect.
We’re dedicated to guiding you through every stage of your compensation claim. Our approach is to simplify the process by breaking down each step into straightforward terms. We’ll take on the majority of the legal responsibility, allowing you to spend more time on your recovery and wellbeing.
Our solicitors aren’t only experts in the legal aspects of loss of sight compensation but also compassionate professionals who aim to understand how this injury has affected your life. We’ll establish a close working relationship with you, offering the support and guidance you need. Your wellbeing and rights are our top priorities.
Sprains and strains can be caused by someone else's negligence or oversight. Your employer, your local council and other authorities have a responsibility to reduce your risk of injury, Here are some common scenarios where you might sustain a sprain or strain and where someone else might be liable for the accident:
Many of these incidents can be avoided with proper care and attention. At Switalskis, we want to support you if you've been hurt due to someone else's negligence. We understand how disruptive even a ‘minor’ injury can be, and we're here to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Loss of sight can be a devastating and life-altering experience, often resulting from the negligence or actions of others. Here are some examples of cases we frequently handle:
Many instances of loss of sight can be prevented with due care and attention. At Switalskis, we’re committed to supporting people who have suffered due to the negligence of others. We approach each case with empathy, understanding the profound impact that the loss of sight can have on your life. Our goal is to guide you towards achieving the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Here are some common types of injuries resulting in loss of sight for which compensation claims are frequently pursued:
Navigating a compensation claim for loss of sight can be a complex and challenging process. However, our dedicated team of solicitors will handle the legal aspects and make sure you remain well-informed throughout the journey.
Here's an overview of how the claims process typically unfolds:
Throughout this process, we will keep you updated on developments in your case, making sure you have the information needed to make informed decisions. With Switalskis on your side, you can focus on what truly matters: your recovery and wellbeing.
Typically, personal injury claims must be initiated within three years of the accident or incident that caused the injury. However, with loss of sight cases, the time limit might start from the date you became aware of the injury's consequences or the incident that caused it, as these may have taken time to become obvious.
There are some exceptions to this three-year time frame:
The claims process is unique to each case, presenting various challenges. Beginning your claim as early as possible is advisable. We urge you to contact us without delay, allowing us to start work on your behalf and maximise your chances of a successful compensation claim.
Compensation for personal injury typically includes two main categories:
At Switalskis, we approach most personal injury claims, including those related to loss of sight, with a no win, no fee arrangement. This means you'll only need to contribute to our legal fees if we successfully secure your compensation claim and this is done by way of a pre-agreed percentage.
If you have concerns about managing the costs associated with pursuing a legal claim, speak to us today.
Your wellbeing should always be your top priority following an accident resulting in the loss of sight and it’s vital to seek medical attention.
If you’ve sustained an injury resulting in the loss of sight due to an accident, there are several steps you can take to improve your chances of obtaining the necessary support and compensation:
Personal injury claims come in various shapes and sizes, each with its own set of rules, challenges and considerations. At Switalskis, we've got the expertise to handle a wide range of personal injury claims. Here's a quick rundown of the various types of personal injury claims we can help you with:
To learn more about how we can help you, or to get your loss of sight compensation claim started today, call us on 0800 1380 458 or get in touch with us through our website.