Compensation claims for failed ophthalmology

As one of the most fragile yet significant areas of our bodies, our eyes play an important role in allowing us to perform a multitude of everyday tasks, and without them even the simplest objectives are a struggle. A failed ophthalmology operation can be quite serious for your sight, leaving you with no vision in either one or both of your eyes and can seriously affect your way of life. As the eye is such a delicate area of the body, surgery in this area can be particularly challenging and as a result there is a much higher risk of problems occurring.

It’s important to remember that surgeons are highly-trained and have experience in dealing with such surgeries, so it is expected that they will perform to the best of their abilities. If you feel thatyou have been mistreated while in surgery and are left requiring additional surgery as a result, then a claim could help you to cover any costs that you have incurred.

Who could have been responsible for your injuries?

If you have suffered at the hands of a negligent medical practitioner and you have been left with further injuries or medical problems as a result then you could be eligible to make  a compensation claim. There are a number of people who you could make a claim against, whether it’s the surgeon who operated on you or the doctor who may have failed to diagnose the problem, but in order to make your claim successful you have to prove that a person has been negligent towards you. If you believe certain requirements have not been reached then it’s within your rights to claim against them for negligence.

Where could a claim for failed ophthalmology occur?

If you have been the victim of failed ophthalmology which has affected your vision, then there are a number of areas where potential problems could have occurred – these include:

·         Claims against unhygienic equipment used in surgery

·         Poor treatment – incorrect removal of foreign body in the eye

·         Claims for errors made during surgery

·         Failure to diagnose problem (glaucoma)

·         Loss of vision.

Can Medical Compensation 4U help me with my claim?

If you feel that you have a claim to make for medical wrongdoing then the team at Medical Compensation 4U will work alongside you on your quest, ensuring that any compensation you are entitled to will go straight into your pocket. So what are you waiting for?

For more information about how Medical Compensation 4U can help out, simply get in touch with one of our highly trained team members today and see how they can help you.