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Laser Eye Surgery Claims And Blured Vision Compensation

Have you suffered as a consequence of negligent ophthalmic treatment or care? If you have recently undergone corrective laser eye surgery for Eye Surgery Claimsmyopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism, and suffered complications following treatment, you may be eligible to pursue a no win no fee claim for injury compensation. Early legal assistance can make all the difference to the odds of a successful outcome, and with our acclaimed laser eye surgery claims experts fighting on your behalf, we guarantee you’ll receive the maximum compensation allowable if your case is successful. Find out whether you could be entitled to claim by completing our short online form today.

Laser eye surgery claims can be brought in a variety of circumstances that lead to, or contribute to the injury of a patient, such as:

• Failure to assess patient suitability for a procedure
• Misdiagnosis of a condition leading to wrongful treatment
• Inadequate training in the use of LES (Laser Eye Surgery) equipment
• Errors whilst reshaping the cornea, causing further sight damage
• Poor or incorrect pre-operative assessment
• Wrongful operation of surgical equipment
• Failure to recognise the signs of retinal detachment

Laser eye surgery (also known as Lasik, Lasek and PRK) has become a leading alternative to invasive surgery for the treatment of conditions such as hyperopia (long sightedness), myopia (short sightedness) and astigmatism. The process, usually carried out by ophthalmologists, has a high success rate and relatively few complications for the majority of patients. Sadly, not all patients who undergo laser vision correction procedures emerge from surgery with the results they were hoping for. Negligence, usually attributed to misuse of the laser, or errors whilst reshaping the cornea can have a profound effect upon the end result, leading to a host of other sight complications. If you have had any type of eye surgery either from the NHS or private surgery and suffered any type of injury including blurred vision
you might want to claim compensation for blurred vision or any other type of injury you have suffered. In order to start your enquiry and get free advice contact us today.

If you suffered injury, or your vision was impacted following a laser eye surgery procedure, you may qualify for personal injury complication. To discuss your entitlement in confidence, and have your questions answered by a solicitor familiar with such cases, arrange a call-back using the secure online form provided. Our service is free, and there’s no obligation.

Types of Laser Eye Surgery

Laser assisted corrective eye surgery is a modern technique conceived to treat common ophthalmic conditions such as hyperopia and myopia. The most common laser surgery techniques employed to correct these conditions are Photorefractive Keratectomy, Radial Keratotomy and Laser Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (also known as LASIK surgery). Ophthalmic surgeons generally use Radial Keratotomy to treat myopia and astigmatism, which involves making a number of small incisions into the cornea with a diamond knife, before using the laser to reshape the surface of the cornea.

PRK (Photo Refractive Keratotomy) is one of the more established treatments for hyperopia and myopia, involving the use of an excimer laser to ablate a section of the cornea, permanently altering its shape. LASIK is a newer technique with a far higher success rate than its predecessor. LASIK surgery involves ablating a number of predefined areas of the cornea to manipulate its overall shape.

Risks Associated With Laser Vision Correction

As with any surgical procedure, there is always the possibility that something may not go according to plan. Sometimes complications can arise during surgery, that can result in your sight being negatively impacted after the procedure. Common complaints include a glare or halo effect when driving at night, dry eyes, corneal irritation and blurred vision. In extreme cases, it’s possible you could suffer a partial or total loss of eye sight in one or both eyes. Fortunately, with the skill of surgeons today, many of these complications can be treated with further surgery, and most people make a full recovery. If you are unsure if you are entitled to make a blured vision compensation claim contact us for free advice its 100% free.

Risk-Free Ophthalmic Laser Eye Surgery Negligence Claim Specialists

Eye SurgeryMost people value their eyesight more than all of the other senses combined. So, it’s understandable that any injury or condition which threatens this most precious of capabilities is bound to leave you anxious about your quality of life in the future. Our esteemed medical negligence solicitors understand that any eye injury can have a detrimental impact upon your quality of life and your career prospects. The financial burden of future surgeries to correct a procedure gone wrong may also be causing unnecessary worry at a time when your recovery should be the most important consideration.

As long as your injury occurred within the last three years, we can help you to file a no win no fee claim for injury compensation. Our no win no fee agreement offers peace of mind you’ll never have to cover any legal costs, and if your case is successful, you will receive 100% of any settlement award agreed in your case. We may also be able to help you recover additional damages for loss of earnings and other financial damages borne from your situation.

We offer support and legal representation to anyone who has suffered as a result of ophthalmic negligence. Contact our friendly medical negligence solicitors via the free-phone helpline to discuss your entitlement, or to arrange a free case assessment.