Injury at Work – Head injury – Eye injury

Injury at Work – Head injury – Eye injury

A claimant sustained an injury to one of his eyes whilst working on a construction site when he was not wearing any goggles.

This caused him to gain blurred vision 2 years post-accident.

The claimant went through multiple eye surgeries over the 2 years in which his vision did improve but not significantly and it was then deducted that he had sustained a permanent eye injury as even contact lenses after multiple eye grafts would not help the claimants vision

Head Injury Compensation guide

Head Injury Compensation guide

Eye Injuries
Total Blindness and Deafness– work injury – accident at work compensation

£300,000

£330,000

Total Blindness– – work injury – accident at work compensation

£200,000

£220,000

Total Loss of One Eye & Serious loss of vision in remaining eye, work injury – accident at work compensation

£130,000

£150,000

Total Loss of one Eye – work injury – accident at work compensation

£50,000

£55,000

Minor to some permanent impairment– – work injury – accident at work compensation

£3,000

£50,250

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