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Facial Scar Claims

An injury to the face can leave a victim physically disfigured, resulting in a lack of confidence. The face can be injured in a variety of accidents, including:

  • Road traffic accidents
  • Burns
  • Medical negligence
  • Animal attacks
  • Cosmetic procedures

How much could you claim?

If you have suffered a facial injury that has left a scar in an accident that wasnt your fault, you could make a claim for compensation to cover any expenses that may crop up. This includes lost wages, medical treatment, psychological damage and corrective surgery. Compensation is calculated on a case-by-case basis. To speak to a personal injury solicitor about making a facial scar claim, contact us today by calling 0800 0747 644, or fill in our claims form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Typical compensation amounts include:


Anything from approximately £1,000 for barely noticeable minor scars

to approximately £75,000 for full facial disfigurement.


The figures provided above are only an indication of what you could expect to receive, for more of an accurate sum please contact us for details, we will consider your personal circumstances as each case differs and is judged at its own accord.

Although the road to recovery may be long, making a claim can help ease any stresses and strains, and make sure you’re able to focus on rebuilding your life after your injury.

Compensation can help to considerably improve your quality of life by giving you access to treatment for your skin condition and help to address any psychological harm caused by the injury. If you were left injured or have developed a condition that was due to the negligence of someone else, you will be eligible to make a claim.

Get in touch:

For a free consultation about facial scar claims, call the specialist solicitors at Grieves on Freephone 0800 0747 644 or contact us online via our claim form and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.