About loss of vision compensation
Injuries affecting sight can be some of the most devastating to sustain.
If you work in industrial settings, you may be at increased risk of suffering such an injury. It is in these work environments especially that your employer should be diligent in ensuring everyone has the correct safety protective gear on to prevent injuries. Flying debris, chemicals, sharp objects and other hazards can otherwise cause injury.
If you have suffered an injury at work that has resulted in damage to your hearing or indeed total blindness, you could be entitled to claim compensation. Provided the accident took place within the past three years, and there is evidence to support that the negligence of your employer was to blame, you could be within your legal rights to make a claim.
Since 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has been one of the leading personal injury law firms in the UK. We help award over £30 million a year in compensation, and strive to maximise the amount each claimant is awarded while reducing the amount of time it takes to reach a settlement.
We know that facing your employer can be an emotionally distressing time, which is why we take every step possible to ease the pain and discomfort you may be made to feel. Our law firm has been recommended by Esther Rantzen for over ten years, so you can have faith that you are working with a dedicated, professional team when you enlist our help.
Claim Stirling accident at work compensation with Accident Advice Helpline
If you have had to take time off work to recover, or are no longer able to work because of your vision loss, you may be struggling financially.
Paying simple household bills can prove a struggle, let alone all the additional costs that may rack up in medical treatment and care. At Accident Advice Helpline, we make affording the legal representation and advice your need to seek Stirling accident at work compensation simple with our ‘no win, no fee’ agreement. Under this conditional fee agreement, you are not required to pay anything upfront, which can alleviate the financial burden you may be facing after the full or partial loss of your vision.
If you are living with damage to your vision or blindness through no fault of your own, make sure you hold the person responsible accountable for this injury. After all, damage to your sight affects your physical health, mental well being, family life and ability to return to work. You shouldn’t have to make adjustments in every area of your life without proper, adequate compensation. To get your Stirling accident at work compensation claim underway with an Accident Advice Helpline lawyer, call today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.
Date Published: 12th September 2014
Author: David Brown