Claims for burns or scar injuries
If you have burns or scar injuries due to an accident that was not your fault, you have the ability to claim compensation for it. Our team of personal injury solicitors are available to discuss your burn, scar and laceration claims.
It is possible to claim compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings, treatment and equipment, rehabilitation, as well as pain and suffering. It is also possible to make a claim if you feel as though you may be partially at fault.
Her team of personal injury solicitors are available to offer immediate legal representation throughout England, Scotland and Wales as well as arrange for proper medical treatments and rehabilitation if needed.
If the scarring, burns or lacerations were due to an accident at work, we will provide you with a personal injury solicitor who specializes with Employers Liability Insurance claims.
However, if your injuries were caused as a result of a medical procedure or cosmetic surgery which can include a minor accident at a hair salon to scar reduction, we have personal injury solicitors that Specialize in Clinical and Medical Negligence claims.
Whether you are burned or scarred at work or business we can help you. We understand that burn and scar injuries are incredibly painful and that many individuals also suffer from psychological and emotional pain as well. It is essential to begin rehabilitation as soon as possible, and we will ensure that all of your rehabilitation requirements are met and support you through the entire process.
How To Claim Compensation For Burns And Scars
You will need to provide us with the details of when, where and how your injury took place.
Then one of our personal injury solicitors will evaluate the claim on our No Win No Fee basis, and we will be able to tell you how successful your claim is expected to be.
Compensation For Work-Related Injuries
If you are able to prove that a work-related accident was due to the negligence of someone else you are entitled to compensation.
Employers are not allowed to fire you due to a claim for work-related compensation. All employers must have Employer’s Liability Insurance to ensure they are able to cover work injury claims. It is important to understand that it is an insurance company that pays for the compensation, not the employer.
For a free consultation call TheYEC 0808 164 9153 or create a claim online now.