Injury Lawyers in Kircudbright


Laser eye surgery has become increasingly popular in recent years, with thousands of people getting laser correction each year. While being able to regain full eyesight seems like a great opportunity, like any surgery, there can be complications.

Due to the increase in laser eye surgery, defective laser eye surgery is becoming more common. If you have experienced defective laser eye surgery, Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you make a claim for compensation.

Laser eye surgery can go wrong

While the majority of laser eye surgery operations do go well and patients regain sight and make a full recovery, there are still the small percentage that experience medical issues such as;

  • Double vision (usually referred to as astigmatism)
  • Eye tearing
  • Dry eyes
  • Partial or total blindness
  • Increasingly poor short or long sight
  • Scarring of the cornea

If you have had defective laser eye surgery, it would be worth getting in touch to discuss the details of your experience with us, because if it went wrong and you were entitled to compensation, you could be looking for injury lawyers to advise you on a claim.

There’s more to an accident than physical pain

If you have been involved in an accident or received defective laser eye surgery, you will be aware that it can be very stressful and distressing and turn your life upside down. Not only is the experience distressing, the aftermath can be very difficult to deal with as well.

Injury lawyers Kircudbright understand that laser eye surgery that goes wrong can affect you physically, emotionally and mentally. That is why you are in safe hands as all injury lawyers, including the expert injury lawyers Kircudbright that we work with, take every detail of your claim into consideration.

Injury lawyers in Kircudbright

If you were seeking injury lawyers Kircudbright, or anywhere in the country, to handle your clinical negligence claim, you can find them through us.  You can speak to a trained member of Accident Advice Helpline, by calling: 0800 689 0500, or if you would prefer to call from a mobile, call on: 0333 500 0993.

If you would prefer that a friendly member of the customer service team calls you back, just text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 and someone will call you back.

There is also lots of relevant and important information available on Accident Advice Helpline’s website should you require further information. We know that you will be satisfied with the expert and friendly service and support that you receive from Accident Advice Helpline.

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