Burn Injury

Burn Injury

You can claim compensation for burns or scar injuries caused by an accident that was not your fault. Our Personal Injury Solicitors deal with burn, scar and laceration claims on a No Win No Fee basis.

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You can claim compensation for pain, suffering, expenses, lost earnings and for the costs of rehabilitation, treatment and equipment needed to recover from your injuries. You can also claim if you think that you may have been partly at fault for the accident.

Our Personal Injury Solicitors can provide immediate legal representation and arrange for medical treatments and rehabilitation support to be provided anywhere in England, Scotland & Wales.

If the burns, scarring or laceration injuries were caused in an accident at work; we can provide you with a Personal Injury Solicitor that specialises in Employer’s Liability Insurance claims.

If the burns or scars happened as a result of a cosmetic surgery or medical procedure, ranging from a simple accident at a hairdressers, to scar reduction or removal surgery; we can provide you with a Personal Injury Solicitor that specialises in Clinical & Medical Negligence claims.

Regardless of where you were burned or scarred we can help. We are well aware that burn and scarring injuries are incredibly painful and that many victims also suffer emotional and psychological distress. It’s vital to get rehabilitation started quickly, we can arrange for your rehabilitation requirements to be met; and we will support you through to entire claims process.

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How to Claim Compensation

Provide us with the details about how, where and when your burn or scarring injury took place.

A specialist Personal Injury Solicitor will evaluate your claim on a No Win No Fee basis; and then we can tell you how successful your compensation claim is expected to be.

Compensation for Burns or Scar Injuries at Work

You are entitled to compensation if you can prove that the work accident that caused the injuries was partly or completely someone else’s fault. 

Your employer is not allowed to dismiss you or to treat you unfairly for claiming compensation for a work accident. Employers are required by law to have Employers’ Liability Insurance to cover work injury claims; so it's an insurance company that would pay your compensation, not your employer.

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Phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Claims Direct is one of the largest personal injury claims management companies in the UK, with specialist Personal Injury Lawyers in England, Scotland and Wales.

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