If you are unfortunate enough to suffer from an injury to your nose you may suffer from symptoms such as swelling, pain and bruising. Your nose could just be bruised even if it looks out of shape and crooked but it could also be broken.
There are many ways you could break your nose like a fall or something falling on you any of which could happen while you are at work. A nose injury can be minor but it can also be very serious. If you have injured your nose and it will not stop bleeding, seek medical attention. If the skin is actually damaged you could be at risk of infection. A blood clot could form under the skin which will eventually cause the bridge of the nose to collapse.
Thankfully most types of nose injuries are easily treated as long as there are no complications. However, usually for victims of nose damage, the worst symptom is the emotional trauma. They may not want to go out and feel very depressed because of the way they look.
This can in time lead to anxiety, loss of appetite and loss of sleep. If you know someone who is showing these symptoms or you yourself are displaying them you should speak to a medical professional.
If the injury was sustained at work you may also want to look into making an accident at work claim in Wycombe for compensation for the suffering you have endured. The compensation could also pay for private plastic surgery to fix your nose if needed. Making an accident at work claim in Wycombe does not need to be stressful or time-consuming and it does not have to break the bank.Open Claim Calculator
If you use the services of Accident Advice Helpline they can take all the stress away by dealing with everything for you, they will work quickly and effect troubling you as little as possible. Plus there service works on the no-win, no-fee* basis which means it will not cost you anything to get your claim started or if your claim is lost. All we ask is that the accident was not your fault, your injuries needed professional medical treatment and it was all in the last three years.
What do you have to lose start your accident at work claim in Wycombe ?
You can call Accident Advice Helpline now on their free phone number 0800 689 0500, or, for a charge, 0333 500 0993, from a mobile, and talk through your options with one of our well trained and friendly advisors. Or go to the website and use the online calculator to get an idea of the amount of compensation you could get and take the 30-second test then one of our helpful advisors will call you.