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It is unfortunate that there are many reported cases of eye surgery patients who suffer serious injuries in the hands of the surgeons they trust to help them get better. In most cases, the cause of this can be attributed to negligence on the part of the surgeon. After suffering these injuries, it’s natural that you file for cataract surgery compensation claims. You can work with experienced lawyers in the United Kingdom who will offer you valuable legal advice and support which ensures that you are paid adequate compensation for the injuries that you have sustained in the hands of the eye surgeons.
If you have suffered injuries because of a botched cataract eye surgery operation, then you may be eligible to claim for compensation. Call Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079, and we will talk you through your eye cataract compensation claim.
As a matter of fact, people turn to well-trained eye doctors when they need assistance regarding cataract. Most eye surgeries don’t result in severe complications, but there are a few isolated cases where the surgeons act negligently thus causing damage to the patient’s vision among other injuries. It is possible for anyone who has suffered a loss of vision due to cataract surgery to obtain compensation through filing cataract surgery compensation claims. There are certain aspects of the claims that must be proved, and an experienced lawyer can help do this perfectly well.
Some of the instances which can lead to injuries include failure to screen patients so as to ascertain if surgery is required or not. Recommending procedures that are not medically acceptable, scratching the eye’s cornea during surgery hence leading to blindness and failure to advise the patient to seek help from a corneal specialist in case there is damage to the eye’s cornea. Also, a patient can sue the eye surgeon or the medical facility if they fail to administer antibiotic drops after completing the surgery.
- Congenital Cataracts
- Bilateral Cataracts
- Cortical Cataracts
- Nuclear Cataracts
- Posterior Subcapsular Cataracts
- Senile Cataracts
- Immature Cataracts
- Mature Cataracts
- Secondary Cataracts
- Juvenile Cataracts
- Diabetic Cataracts
But it’s important to know that there is a time frame within which you have to institute cataract surgery compensation claims case, without which they become time barred. Personal injury cases that result from medical negligence should commence within three years after the time the injury was suffered.
However, there are certain exceptions which apply to this rule and which can only be understood well by experienced barristers who have several years of experience in the field. You don’t have to lose your right to compensation by waiting for too long before you start your case. It’s imperative that you consult with reputable barristers as soon as you suspect that you have suffered injuries.
Most solicitors offer free initial advice for those who are seeking to commence cataract surgery compensation claims against an eye surgeon or a hospital. During your first meeting with the experts, you will need to provide the solicitors with the information they need to file the case and bring it to a good ending. Whether you have suffered surgical error or delay in treatment, the legal services providers will know about the best techniques to adopt and which can help you win fair compensation for the injuries that you have sustained.
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If you would like to make a compensation claim for a cataract surgery case, then call Tylers Solicitors today for a no-obligation chat on (freephone) 0800 699 0079 today!
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No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.