This month, the High Court of Cassation and Justice will publish a decision stating that blind persons are entitled to receive early retirement pensions, as required by law. However, retirement homes, and in some cases the courts, have decided that only people with serious visual disabilities have the right to request early retirement. Ombudsman (AP) believes that those with visual disabilities are entitled to benefit from the Law on pensions and asked the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) to take a decision in this regard. Legal texts in question refer to blind individuals who have previously been provided with disability insurance. As such, in drafting the regulation in question, the legislature took into account the capacities of blind persons who work. However, those with serious (first invalidity) disabilities are those who have completely lost the ability to work. They have lost the total ability of self-conduction or spatial orientation and require constant care and supervision from another person. As such, they are entitled to early retirement pensions.