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Eye Injury Compensation

Whether they’re windows to the soul or just reminiscent of Bette Davis, your eyes are one of your most important assets. They allow you to admire beauty, see danger, perceive unfairness and read the words of great writers. When they’re injured it can be devastating for your standard of living and for your emotional and mental wellbeing. If your eyes were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, it is of paramount importance that you contact the specialist solicitors at Jones Whyte as soon as possible so we can obtain the compensation for you that you deserve.

Claiming for Eye Injuries with Specialist Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

Your eyes are vulnerable. Always open to the world and delicate, they are easily injured. Small objects travelling at high speeds; for instance, glass in a road traffic accident, is one of the most common ways eyes are injured. In this case, we can pursue a claim against the other driver or their insurer.

Otherwise, eye injuries can occur in your work place. Where this has happened and it is because your employer failed to provide you with proper protective equipment or was negligent in the work they made you do, then we can pursue a claim against your employer. 

If your eyes were injured as a result of the negligent treatment of a surgeon or an optician, then come to the specialist solicitors at Jones Whyte. Our clinical negligence team can pursue the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to.

The amount of compensation that the dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte can hope to obtain on your behalf varies from injury to injury and according to the seriousness of those injuries. Generally, the figures our expert solicitors will be looking at are as follows:

  • Up to around £2,500 for minor eye injuries;
  • From £2,600 to £5,750 for minor injuries causing initial pain and temporary vision problems;
  • Between £8,250 and £25,750 for permanent vision problems in one eye without the complete loss of vision;
  • Up to £36,000 for blindness in one eye; and
  • Around £200,000 for blindness in both eyes.

Call our experienced team today and we can talk to you about your injuries, so that we can get an idea of what we are dealing with, and your prospects of success with us.

Contact Eye Injury Compensation Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland Today

The dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte will do all they can to ensure that you are kept up to date every step of the way in your claim for compensation, and that you understand everything that is going on so that you are comfortable with every piece of advice we give, and are nothing less than happy with the final result we get for you. With experience and passion in personal injury and clinical negligence, our lawyers are ready to help you. For legal advice and assistance from solicitors who will always put your best interests first, please contact us. Our head office is in Glasgow, so call 01413751222 today, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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