Our team of medical negligence solicitors have over 25 years’ experience dealing with facial injury compensation claims.
Please call for a free consultation with our no win no fee solicitors on 01926 880726 to talk through your injuries and how we can help with your compensation claim.
How much is your claim worth?
Below is a table of compensation amounts, these are for guidance only. For further details please see our compensation calculator.
|Injury to person||Estimated compensation value|
|Frontal Facial Bones||£19,000 - £30,475|
|Multiple Fractures of Facial Bones||£12,000 - £20,265|
|Nose Fractures||£1,200 - £19,425|
|Cheekbone Fractures||£1,700 - £13,230|
|Jaw Fractures||£5,100 - £38,640|
|Damage to Teeth||£850 - £32,235|
|Facial Disfigurements||Estimated compensation value|
|Female Facial Scarring||£1,300 - £82,530|
|Male Facial Scarring||£1,300 - £55,650|
|Other Body Scarring||£1,900 - £19,215|
|Serious burn injuries||from £88,725|
|Hair Damage||£3,000 - £9,345|
|Dermatitis||£1,300 - £16,275|
The value of your claim is reliant on a variety of factors; these are very individual to you and your circumstances. When assessing the value of your claim your injuries, the impact on your life and any financial impact both now and in the future are all considerations.
No win no fee injury claims
The main concern many of our clients have when they contact us is how they can fund their compensation claim. The majority of the claims we work on are on a no win no fee basis, meaning there isn’t a financial risk to you.
The first stage in the process of making a claim for facial injuries is to contact us by email or phone and talk to one of our team with the details of your claim. We need to know the type of injuries you have, how severe they are and how they came about. We also need to gain an understanding into how the injuries have had an impact on your day to day life and your finances.
Once we have this information we will be able to assess your claim and advise you on the likelihood of you securing compensation. At this point we would also be able to give you an estimated value range of your claim.
You will have no doubt seen lots of adverts for “Medical Negligence Solicitors” but it is very important you choose a specialist as many claims are undervalued and claimants do not receive the compensation they are entitled to.
Our solicitors have over 25 years’ experience successfully pursing medical negligence claims, including claims for facial injuries and brain and head injuries. Many of our cases are reported in the National Press.
Our head of department is Jeanette Whyman, she is accredited by both the Law Society for Clinical Negligence and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. She was described in Chambers 2015 by a client as “first class and lovely to deal with” so you can feel confident you’re in safe hands and that your claim will be dealt with efficiently and professionally.
Jeanette and her team have helped hundreds of people successfully claim compensation for a variety of medical and personal injuries. Through their experience our team are very aware that claiming for any type of medical negligence, particularly facial injuries can be a very emotional time. You can rest assured your claim will be handled with professionalism and care.
We have a network of experts that we use to help secure your compensation. Our experts look at the details of your injuries, your medical reports to see the level of care you received. They also look at the impact caused to your life and the future care and financial impact your injuries will have. Using these details we are able to ensure we get the best level of compensation for you.
Firstly, we will provide you with an assessment of your claim and a review of your case, at no cost to you.
Please call our team for a free consultation on 01926 883019 to talk through your facial injuries compensation and how we assist you.
As with all medical negligence claims there are strict time limits imposed on when you can make a claim. However, there are some exceptions to this children for example. Typically you have three years from the ‘date of knowledge’, this usually applies when the injury is not immediately apparent. For these reasons it’s important you seek expert legal advice as soon as you know of an issue.