Blurred or tunnel vision | Cornea transplant compensation | No Win No Fee
Laser eye treatment has become one of the most popular procedures available and, if successful, can change someone’s life entirely. The lure of not needing to wear glasses or contact lenses ever again has shown to be an attractive proposition with many people taking up the offer for laser eye surgery.
However, what happens when it goes wrong? Unfortunately with the rapid rise in this form of treatment, we have seen a rapid rise in negligent treatment as well.
If you think you may have a medical negligence claim involving laser eye treatment, contact us today.
The eye is the most delicate and important sensory organ that the human has, and when something goes wrong in its treatment the results can be catastrophic. The results of which are being seen now.
Patients sometimes maintain they were not told of the risks in correct eye surgery and accordingly could not make informed decisions regarding the potential problems.
"We at Swain & Co Solicitors can help you claim the compensation you deserve where your laser eye surgery has gone wrong."
- Corneal ectasia which can lead to a cornea transplant
- Temporary and permanent blindness
- Facial tenderness and pain
- Blurred or tunnel vision
- Dry eyes and tear duct pain
- Black floaters following the procedure
It is only recently that the problems associated with corrective eye surgery are being known and understood. Unfortunately for many people this has come too late.
Swain & Co Solicitors has an expert clinical negligence team that can guide you through the process from beginning to end and help you claim the compensation you deserve.
We offer a free initial appointment and can act for you on a No Win No Fee basis.