People tend to have lots of questions they wish to ask when they have suffered an accident that was caused by another individual. It may take time to have their injuries assessed and treated, and longer still to recover from them. It’s no wonder people start thinking about what happened and whether someone else was indeed responsible. For instance, if someone has suffered an eye injury and they were not to blame, they might wonder what a typical eye injury claims amount would be.
Firstly, it is important to recognise eye injuries can vary in severity. There is really no such thing as a ‘normal’ amount of compensation, even when someone does successfully make a claim to seek some compensation for what happened to them. Various factors are looked at when determining the amount of money a person might receive.
Is there any way of finding out the eye injury claims amount you might potentially win?
The best way to learn more about your own injury is to speak to someone who works in the personal injury claims profession. Accident Advice Helpline has a whole team of people ready to help and provide expert advice in this instance.
It’s important to work out how the accident occurred and how serious the eye injury is. Any injury that results in the loss of an eye or permanent loss of sight will likely result in a higher potential award than an injury where the affected person regains their sight fully.
Is there a way you can find out more?
Yes. If you take our online test, you’ll get a fast answer to whether you can make a no-win, no-fee claim for compensation. It only consists of a few easy questions, and it gives you an idea of where you stand to start with. You may then want to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to learn more, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
Your eye injury claims amount, if your claim succeeds, will be determined according to the severity of your eye injury, whether it affects one or both eyes, and whether you have lost any degree of sight. Your lawyer will be able to explain further and advise you on what might potentially apply in your situation. By getting in touch today, you could soon make a compensation claim.
Date Published: January 24, 2017
Author: Rob Steen