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  • "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Category : Burn injury claims

    What is the average payout for burns?


    ContentsThe truth about the average payout for burnsHow might burns occur in the workplace?How can health and safety regulations reduce the odds of being burned at work?Knowing first aid for burnsHow much might you receive if you made a compensation claim?When someone suffers a burn and they were not responsible for causing it, there is….

    Compensation for first degree, second degree or third degree burns


    ContentsUnderstanding the differences between first-, second- and third-degree burnsHow can you tell whether you could claim compensation for burns?How much might you be awarded in compensation for burns?Seek advice on claiming compensation today, with our helpMost of us will experience a burn at some point in our lives. They can be very painful, and may….

    Compensation for lacerations and scars


    A laceration is a cut in the skin resulting from an injury, and many lacerations can be treated at home, so medical treatment is not required. However, a deeper laceration could damage your tendons, nerves and, muscles, or even lead to a fracture. In the most extreme cases it could even lead to the loss….

    Restaurant accidents: Burns in the kitchen


    ContentsExamples of restaurant accidentsAre chefs and cooks the only people exposed to these kinds of restaurant accidents?Have you hurt yourself at work?For many workers in the food industry, the kitchen can be a minefield when it comes to accidents at work. The sheer amount of heat generated in a kitchen from cooking appliances and hot….

    Chip pan fire accident claim


    If you have been injured in a chip pan fire that was not your fault, you could be entitled to make a chip pan fire accident claim. Over 20 people are killed or injured in kitchen fires every day, and over 4,000 people are injured every year in accidents involving deep fat fryers, according to….

    Restaurant accidents: Customer burns


    ContentsAre customers at risk from burns in a restaurant?How to avoid the risk of a burn as a customer in a restaurant?Are customers at risk from burns in a restaurant? It’s not only the employees in the catering and hospitality industry that can be subject to burns and injuries. Sometimes the customer can be on….

    Can I claim for a fireworks injury?


    One of the questions we are asked here at Accident Advice Helpline is, “Can I claim for a fireworks injury?” The answer to this question depends on the nature of the accident and the responsible party. Fireworks injuries in the UK have declined considerably, largely due to successful awareness campaigns carried out on firework safety…..

    Potential burn hazards: Inhaling smoke or toxic fumes


    Inhaling smoke or toxic fumes can be deadly and is a serious cause of accidents at work. In fact, most deaths that are caused by fire are not as a result of burns but rather smoke inhalation. Why is inhaling smoke or toxic fumes more dangerous than burns? Smoke can incapacitate the body. It is….

    The long term effects of burn injuries


    Learn more about the long term effects of burn injuries Burns can be sustained in a whole variety of occupations and locations. Regardless of where you have received your burn injuries, you need to have treatment for them as soon as is possible. The sooner you have treatment the less likely you are to suffer….

    How you could sustain burn injuries


    How you could sustain burn injuries during an accident? Thousands of people every year sustain burns as the result of accidents that should have been avoided. How you could sustain burn injuries is very much dependent on what you were doing at the time of the accident and our team of advisers is here to….

    Treating burn injuries


    Information about treating burn injuries If you were in a fast-paced kitchen environment there is a chance that you could sustain burns in an accident you didn’t cause. Often these accidents are the results of people moving too quickly in a small area or being unfamiliar with health and safety procedures regarding the use of….

    The symptoms of burn injuries


    Find out more about the symptoms of burn injuries Have been involved in an accident and suffered burns? If you have then you might have found that you are unable to participate in your ordinary everyday activities as well as work. If this is the case and you want to pursue a compensation claim, you….

    Claiming for burn injuries


    How much do you know about claiming for burn injuries? You haven’t been the victim of a serious accident before and you may need assistance when it comes to claiming for burn injuries. That will be the reason why you have found us here on the Internet and why we are perfectly placed to provide….

    Burn injuries


    If you have ever wondered how you could sustain burn injuries or what to do if you burned yourself, read on for some helpful tips. Thankfully these days most burns are minor and the majority of them that occur at home are due to scalding from steam or hot water or by touching something hot….


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