Man wins substantial damages after clinical negligence eye damage claim

Eye TestingPyers solicitors recently acted on behalf of a man who sustained injury and damage to his eyes after taking medication prescribed for an unrelated condition. There were issues with regard to the standard of care he received in relation to the poorly monitored prescription of this medication, and also with regard to the failure by his optician to diagnose the signs of macular damage at a time when further deterioration may have been prevented. The Claimant received a substantial sum in settlement of his claim for the damage sustained and to compensate him for the fact that he could no longer continue in his job.

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