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The symptoms of an eye injury

At Accident Advice Helpline, we’re waiting to hear from you if you’re experiencing the symptoms of an eye injury and suspect you could be due compensation. We have been helping people to get justice and compensation for eye injuries for many years and always go the extra mile to deliver the outstanding legal service our clients require. Eye injuries can be sustained in a large number of environments. If you sustained an eye injury at work, in a public place or out on the road and the accident happened in the last three years, we may be able to help you get compensation.

Learn about the symptoms of an eye injury

Eye injuries can be caused by everything from foreign bodies and chemicals to a blow to the head and the use of badly-maintained tools. Minor injuries to the eye may clear up within around 24 hours, but if your problems persist for longer than that you may need to seek medical advice.

The symptoms of an eye injury can include blurred vision, irritation, soreness and even blindness. If after 24 hours or more you’re experiencing constant pain, an inability to remove a foreign body, seeing things that aren’t there such as spots, have noticed blood in your eye, cannot bear bright lights or your eye seems to be sticking out, see a medical professional as soon as possible.

You don’t need any money to start a claim with Accident Advice Helpline and the fact that we work on a no win no fee basis takes the financial risk out of opting for legal action. You’re always more than welcome to get in touch with us if you do have any questions about making a claim, and any solicitor assigned to you will have vast experience when it comes to claims related to eye injuries. If you’ve been forced to take time off work or start to experience long-term problems with an eye injury caused by someone else’s recklessness, you can expect any amount of compensation paid out to you to reflect this.

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We do ask you to keep hold of any evidence related to your accident and injuries, so please don’t dispose of things like witness contact details, photographs or medical receipts. This evidence can be worth its weight in gold when it comes to securing the compensation you deserve.

We have helped many clients who’ve sustained eye injuries due to negligent employers. If your employer put you in danger due to failing to provide you with the right kind of safety equipment such as eye protection, contact us. Your employer cannot sack you for making a claim, and anything paid out to you will normally come from employer’s insurance, so you won’t be putting them out of business.

Call 0800 689 5659 if you have been experiencing the symptoms of an eye injury and think you could be entitled to compensation.