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Loss Of Sight Compensation Claims

If you have suffered loss of sight within the last 3 years as a result of an accident or associated with your past or present employment then contact LPS today.

LPS has dedicated solicitors that have helped thousands of people successfully claim loss of sight compensation. We aim to the maximum amount of compensation available for your claim using our No Win No Fee claims process.

Loss of sight either fully or partially can be a stressing experience. Losing your sight could mean the ability to not work again, drive or even see your children or loved ones smile or grow up. Eye injuries can happen in all sorts of incidents, including road traffic accidents, accidents at work, slip, trips or falls or even from assault or whilst on holiday.

LPS has been helping people to get justice and compensation for years, so if you suffer from loss of sight as a result of an accident that was not your fault you have the right to claim compensation.

Types of eye sight loss

  • Permanent / Temporary
  • Partial / Total (blindness)

Types of accidents causing loss of sight


Trauma to the head such as a strike from a fist or other object can lead to eyesight loss. Fights breaking out in bars or on the street, often when people are under the influence of alcohol, are just one example of how this sort of behaviour can result in terrible consequences. Don’t let the perpetrator get away with it!

Bright lights

Without the right safety equipment, people like welders can be exposed to light that is too intense for the eyes, resulting in temporary or permanent eye injury. This is not only the case for welders but in fact anyone that is exposed to such lights whether part of their work or otherwise.


Lots of factory based jobs are liable to chemical exposure but if your employer has not offered the relevant training on how to use them or what to do if there is a spillage then there is definite liability here.

Electric shock

The danger of electric shocks are all around us in today’s techno world. If you are unfortunate enough to experience a shock, then damage to your eyesight is a real and potential risk.

Grit and particles

Working in manufacturing on machinery can expose you to certain particles that without the correct protective and safety equipment can get into the eye, causing loss of sight or even blindness.

Head trauma

As with road traffic accidents can cause direct injury to the eye or the eyesight loss can be as a result of brain damage from a head injury

Sharp Objects

Everyday objects that we are surrounded by can cause serious damage to the eyes if used in the wrong way.

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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    What is serious injury?

    Serious injuries have a devastating impact on the individual who experienced the injury as well as their family members and loved ones. Typically, these injuries are more severe than more common personal injury claims, and as such, the effects may reduce one’s quality of life. A serious injury can take place anytime and anywhere, and from a variety of causes, but one thing remains constant – the impact of a serious injury is long-lasting and life-changing no matter its culprit. Many people who have suffered a serious injury need the help of compensation to regain some semblance of their independence, to complete long-term rehabilitation, or to offset the time they must spend away from work and earning an income as they heal. Serious injury law is designed to help those who have lived through the devastating aftermath of a serious injury and need compensation to get their life back on track.

    What types of serious injury are common?

    Serious injury claims come in several different forms with varied impact on you or your loved one’s life, but the most commonly seen and managed by our solicitors include:

    • Spinal cord injury
    • Fatal accident
    • Road traffic accident injury
    • Brain injury claims
    • Holiday accidents
    • Amputation incident
    • Multiple injury claims
    • Serious injury at work
    • Criminal injury claims
    How much compensation can I receive from a serious injury claim?

    Every serious injury compensation case is different from the next, and so the amount of each claim differs greatly. What you can expect from serious injury claims is financial compensation based on the kind of serious injuries you have suffered and how they have negatively impacted your life in both the immediate and long-term. The more severe a serious injury is, the higher the compensation can be for a serious injury claim. If you or a loved one has experienced a serious injury, several factors are included in the calculation of how much financial compensation you are due. These serious injury claim factors often include:

    • Loss of earning potential from work
    • Adaptations to your home
    • Rehabilitation services to regain a quality of life
    • General damages (pain and suffering compensation)
    Who can make a serious injury claim?

    Anyone who has suffered a serious injury through no fault of their own has the opportunity to bring a serious injury claim. There are, however, a few things to keep in mind.

    Time Restrictions on Claims – First, the serious injury must have taken place in the last three years for a claim for compensation to be pursued, based on the date the injury occurred. This time restriction applies to those age 18 or older.

    Make a Claim on Behalf of Loved One – If a loved one has experienced a serious injury and has a claim for compensation, you may start the process on their behalf. When your loved one is under the age of 18, the three-year time restriction does not start until their 18th birthday.

    Exceptions to the Rules – There may be some exceptions to the three-year rule for serious injury claims, so it is important to get in touch with us if you believe you have a claim for compensation. The sooner you reach out to our solicitors, the quicker we can start working on the serious injury claim for you or your loved one.

    How much will a serious injury claim cost me?

    We understand how devastating a serious injury can be, not only related to your physical and mental health, but to your financial circumstances as well. Being unable to work for an extended period of time, paying for rehabilitation or home adaptations, and covering everyday living expenses before compensation for a serious injury claim arrives creates a challenge for most. Our team of solicitors recognises these difficulties due to serious injury which is why we work on a no win, no fee arrangement. With a no win no fee structure, you do not pay any funds out of pocket to start your serious injury claim for compensation. Instead, you receive free legal advice until your serious injury claim is settled. Only once your claim is successful do you pay for the legal services provided. You and your loved ones will have no up-front financial risk, ensuring you can focus on the future and getting back to the life you knew before your serious injury took place. Let us handle the rest by simply getting in touch today.

    Serious injury lawyers near me?

    Starting the process of pursuing a serious injury compensation claim can seem daunting, but with no financial risk and a team of expert solicitors, you are in good hands. All of the information you provide to us regarding your serious injury case is kept with the highest level of confidence, and our solicitors will talk you through what to expect from start to finish.

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