It’s possible to receive a scar on any part of your body. However some are definitely going to be more visible than others. For example you could end up with a scar on your head somewhere, and if it occurred on your face you would definitely see it. Even when it has faded you may always see it and be reminded of what happened that caused you to suffer that scar in the first place.
The emotional and psychological side of a scar like this will be borne in mind in situations where head laceration compensation is being decided. The severity of the injury and of the resulting scar will also be considered in a case where compensation is warranted to be paid out.
Why might you be able to claim head laceration compensation?
This is a good question. Not all accidents or injuries will warrant such a payout to be made. However if you can prove someone else caused the accident to occur, through negligence of some kind in most cases, this will put you in a strong position to win some compensation.
Clearly this can be difficult to work out if you do not have access to professional legal advice. Fortunately you do, via companies such as Accident Advice Helpline. As such, if you seek professional advice you can be certain of getting a proper answer to the questions you are bound to have.
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Head lacerations can often result from a blow to the head. This can happen during a fall or an accident, perhaps where something falls on you or where you are involved in an impact, perhaps in a car accident for example. Serious lacerations can lead to blood loss and sometimes even concussion. However it is the scars that will often remain.
Accident Advice Helpline has dealt with numerous incidents where people have been left with scars caused by lacerations suffered in an accident of some kind. If negligence on the part of a third party was the cause of that accident, we may be able to help. Calling 0800 689 0500 is the first move to make. This puts you in touch with our advisors and from there they could put you in touch with one of our experienced lawyers. Make that call today to see whether a no win, no fee claim would work.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead