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Some of the cases that are dealt with by the lawyers working for no win no fee* in Trafford Park claims are very obvious – it is quite clear by looking at the person that they have been injured. Others are invisible to the naked eye but can be diagnosed by a medical professional by listening carefully to a description of the symptoms – whiplash is a typical example of this. Other injuries are not even physical – lawyers working for no win no fee* on Trafford Park cases can also help with psychological symptoms such as anxiety, depression and  post-traumatic stress disorder.

One of the most striking injuries that lawyers working for no win no fee* in Trafford Park cases at Accident Advice Helpline deal with are black eyes. There is no mistaking a black eye and they can last for some time. They are also an indication of what can be very serious soft tissue (and even bone ) injuries that are present under the surface. If you are thinking of consulting a lawyer who works for no win no fee* in Trafford Park cases because you have suffered a black eye in an accident that was not your own fault here are some useful tips.

Lawyers working for no win no fee* in Trafford Park cases and black eye top tips

  1. A black eye is a trauma to the eye socket area of the face. Several types of incident can cause them and this will determine the type of claim that you make. If your black eye was caused by an accident in work then you may be making an occupational accident claim from your employer. If you received a blow to the eye during a criminal assault then you may be making a claim from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. Accident Advice Helpline can deal with all of these for you.
  2. Most black eyes are not very serious but others can be an indication of a more complicated head or eye injury. Changes in vision may indicate damage to the structure of the eye itself and should be checked out by a doctor. Also, if the eye area appears red and feels hot or starts to leak pus this may indicate that there is an infection and you should see a doctor right away. If you start to develop any of the signs of concussion (memory disturbances, nausea, drowsiness) then you should be assessed for this by a medical expert.
  3.  Contact Accident Advice Helpline as soon as you can after receiving your black eye – they are the experts in getting the best levels of compensation for this type of injury and will negotiate hard on your behalf.
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