Are you claiming Fife compensation after suffering from blurred vision?
If you’ve suffered an unexpected injury within the last year or so, you may find that the majority of your injuries have healed or have almost healed. Providing you received the appropriate medical care, there is a good chance that you will have fully recovered or partially recovered from your injuries.
Although doctors, nurses and surgeons are often able to repair injuries or prevent further damage, they can’t also restore you to full health. If you’ve suffered serious injuries, there is a chance that you will be left with permanent and on-going symptoms as a result. For example, if you suffered an eye injury, you may still be experiencing problems such as blurred vision. Although this can be upsetting and scary if it happens occasionally, if it is permanent or happens on a regular basis, it could affect how you live your everyday life.
If, for example, the blurred vision is constant, you may be unable to drive and you may struggle to use a computer, a laptop or even a mobile phone. This, in turn, may affect your ability to work and you could be forced to look for alternative employment or even give up work altogether.
When your injuries affect your life in this way it can be very difficult to cope with and it may take you some time to adjust. If you feel that you need help to make these adjustments, there should be practical and emotional help available for you. For example, you may receive counselling to cope with the emotional upheaval of the incident and you could receive practical help, such as assistance with making modifications to your home if you need them.
When people are left with on-going injuries following an accident, they can often receive a considerable amount of Fife compensation, if they are able to make a successful claim. Although not everyone will be eligible to receive Fife compensation, if your injuries weren’t your fault and they were caused by someone or something else, it is possible that you could successfully obtain Fife compensation.
In order to make a successful claim for Fife compensation, it’s likely that you will need help from a specialist, such as a personal injury lawyer. Before you commit to making a claim, you may wish to speak to a lawyer in order to find out more about the claims process and what it entails.
If you’d like to access this information free of charge, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline and benefit from our free no obligation advice? We’re always happy to help new and existing claimants and we’re even available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so that you can contact us whenever you need to. To find out more, just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll be on hand to help.
Date Published: 30th July 2014