Face injury compensation calculator:
Face Injury Claims:
Facial injuries, such as those affecting the jaw, cheek, inside the mouth and any area of the face, can occur as the result of many different situations, this can include sports activities, work place accidents, road accidents, falls, and as a consequence of fighting.
Victims of injuries to the face can also be left with lasting psychological injuries, this may also lead to them having to deal with issues such as depression and stress.
If you, a friend or a family member have suffered an injury to the face, you should choose a specialist personal injury solicitor who is experienced in dealing with personal injury compensation claims. One that will build the strongest possible case for you on your behalf and secure the maximum level of compensation for you or a loved one.
Common facial injuries include:
- Allergic Reactions
- Loss of, or damage to, teeth
The Symptoms of Facial injury include:
Each facial injury carries with it different sets of symptoms and required treatments, but many can be extremely painful and leave lasting cosmetic damage.
- Changes in feeling over the face
- Deformed or uneven face or facial bones
- Difficulty breathing through the nose due to swelling and bleeding
- Double vision
- Missing teeth
- Swelling or bruising around the eyes that may cause vision problems
The Effects of Facial injury:
Facial injuries can have a severe impact on the victim’s quality of life, as injuries to the face can be distressing for sufferers as they have the potential to disfigure the victim and affect their ability to function.
Injuries that affect any sensory function can also lead to deafness or blindness which can be life changing and have lasting effects on the victim’s life. Certain injuries to the face as well as other areas of the body can cause serious levels of pain and suffering. An injury can impact the victim’s health, confidence and their ability to work, as well as their day to day activities.
Common Causes of injuries to the face:
- Sports related.
- Animal attacks.
- Road traffic accidents as driver, passenger or pedestrian.
- Accidents at work, particularly when operating or fixing engines and machinery.
- Slip, trip and fall accidents.
How much could you claim for an injury to the face?
A claim can be made for an accident that resulted in an injury to the face from the negligence of another person. Compensation awarded can be used to vastly improve the quality of life of victims by helping them cover medical costs, loss of earnings and rehabilitation.
Each case is considered by the severity of the injuries and where on the face the victim has been injured:
Major trauma leading to ongoing permanent breathing difficulties: £12,500
Broken nose requiring surgery: £3,000
Broken nose recovering naturally: £1,500
Fractured jaw which does not recover full even after surgery: £10,000 to £25,000
Fractured jaw which recovers full after surgery: £5,000
Loss of two teeth: £3,000
Loss of one tooth: £1,500
Loss of further teeth: Extra £1,000 per tooth
Serious injuries: £5,500
Minor injuries: £1,500
Full facial disfigurement: up to £75,000
Minor scars: from £1,000
Every attempt has been made to make all information provided as accurate as possible. The injury claims calculator is intended as a guide only.
The Grieves Solicitors injury claims calculator covers general damages, hence why it is important to contact us to know the full extent of what your claim may be worth once special damages have also been considered, as all cases and circumstances differ.
How to make a claim for an injury to the face:
Before starting your face injury claim, you can contact Grieves Solicitors and speak to one of our personal injury specialists. From the start of your claim we will work with you to bring about the quickest and earliest form of recovery and compensation available. We will help guide you through the step by step process and the strength of your claim as well as offer you advice on the most appropriate course of action for you to take.
Why you should choose us:
Grieves Solicitors have had many years of specialist experience and training in dealing with personal injury claims. We will guide you through every stage of the legal procedure and will keep you informed on the progress of your claim throughout. Besides dealing with facial injury compensation claims, Grieves Solicitors also deal with personal injury claims for injuries to different parts of the body. After carrying out our annual survey we are pleased to announce that over 98% of our clients have rated our service as excellent or good, as well as 98% whom stated they would definitely use us again and/or would recommend us to family or friends.
We understand making a claim may seem intimidating at first, but we assure you, we’re here to help you. If you have sustained a facial injury due to an accident that was not your fault, a claim for compensation could be made.