Medical Negligence Solicitors
Ophthalmic Claims Solicitors
Supporting no win no fee claims where medical treatment has led to further eye injury or blindness
Your eyesight is precious and when this is jeopardised by negligent treatment the consequences can be life-changing.
Am I eligible for a claim?
If you have suffered as a result of mistakes during eye surgery, missed diagnosed eye problems or delayed ophthalmic procedures our experienced team has the specialist knowledge to seek compensation for you.
You may be eligible to claim if you have experienced a failure in-hospital treatment that has led to a range of issues including:
- Full or partial blindness
- Loss of an eye
- Double vision
- Retinal tear or detachment
- Injury caused by laser surgery
- Injury caused by delayed diagnosis of glaucoma
How can Brachers help?
Our team of medical negligence lawyers are experienced in ophthalmic compensation claims and understand the impact that a change to your eyesight has on everyday life. We will ensure that your compensation takes into account extra treatment, equipment and home adaptations that you may encounter as a result of the injury.
For more information please take a look at our medical negligence FAQs or for a free initial consultation about our no win no fee service contact us today on 01622 690691 or contact us online and we’ll get back to you to discuss your case
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