Cuts and bruises can be painful but deep lacerations can be life-changing. If you’ve suffered deep lacerations in a workplace accident, you have probably been left feeling angry, frustrated and in pain. We are here to help you claim personal injury compensation if somebody else is to blame for your accident at work, whether that’s your manager or a co-worker. No matter what has happened, you can call us for confidential, no-obligation advice from our expert personal injury advisors – we’re here to listen.
Deep lacerations could affect any part of the body and could be caused by a variety of different scenarios. One of the most common causes of deep lacerations is an accident involving heavy machinery, such as agricultural machinery on a farm, or anything with moving rollers or a moving blade. Deep lacerations to the body and face can affect you mentally as well as physically, impacting your confidence and your quality of life, particularly if your face is affected.
Make a claim today
When you claim personal injury compensation, we take into account all these factors – your physical and mental pain and suffering as well as any loss of earnings and medical expenses related to your injuries. There’s a three-year time limit in place to make a claim, so whether you have suffered deep lacerations to your face which have left significant scarring or have suffered lacerations to another part of your body, we can help you claim the compensation you deserve. In fact, we have been helping people claim personal injury compensation since 2000 and we don’t deal with any other area of the law.
Who’s to blame?
We can help to ascertain exactly who is to blame for your accident, and you may wish to report a workplace accident to the HSE, for them to carry out their own investigations. If your employer or a co-worker is to blame for your injuries, they could be held liable and ordered to pay you personal injury compensation. Don’t worry – our professional personal injury lawyers will be here every step of the way, explaining the process and gathering evidence in support of your claim. Want to know more? Then head for our website and take the 30-second test right now, to find out how much compensation you could claim, or call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 today – it’s free to call for no-obligation advice.
Date Published: June 12, 2015
Author: David Brown