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Retinal Detachment Solicitors
Pearson Solicitors have successfully completed a number of negligence claims involving delayed diagnosis and treatment of retinal detachment.
What is retinal detachment?
The retina is a thin lining at the back of the eye. Retinal detachment occurs when this lining pulls away from the blood vessels that supply it with oxygen and nutrients.
Nature gives us signs and symptoms which will often warn of the risk of a detachment occurring. These include the following:-
- The sudden appearance of dark spots floating in the field of vision
- Sudden short flashes of light in one eye
- Blurred vision
Most General Practitioners or emergency Doctors would find it difficult to identify a case of retinal detachment (particularly in the case of children).
Most detached retinas can be successfully reattached with surgery and there are a number of different types of surgery available. Unfortunately, even when the retina is successfully reattached, there may be subsequent problems with vision but the longer the retina is left detached, the harder it will be to treat and the less favourable will be the outcome.
Eye injury claims
If you or a family member have suffered an eye injury due to medical negligence then you may be entitled to claim compensation. Contact our expert medical negligence claim solicitors for a free consultation on 0161 785 3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.