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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."

    Esther Rantzen

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    Facial injuries can be particularly difficult to treat and recover from as the face is a particularly sensitive part of the body and it is also where our senses of smell, sight, hearing and taste are centered.

    Women are often awarded larger amounts for facial disfigurements, although men whose faces are important for the continuation of their job, such as male models or actors, would be awarded a similar amount to a woman.

    Facial injury is defined as any injury to the facial area including the:

    • lower jaw
    • upper jaw
    • cheek
    • chin
    • forehead
    • nose

    Accidents that can result in facial injury

    Any accident can result in facial injury, but certain accidents that affect the facial area include:

    1. road traffic accidents
    2. motorbike accidents
    3. violent assault
    4. work related accidents
    5. school accidents
    6. cosmetic surgery mistakes
    7. penetrative injury to the face
    8. slips, trips and falls
    9. chemical assault including acid attacks
    10. injury from an assault weapon
    11. travelling accident

    Injuries arising from facial accidents

    • bleeding and lacerations
    • soft tissue damage
    • nerve damage
    • muscle damage
    • fractured or broken bones
    • swelling
    • loss of vision
    • loss of smell
    • dental problems including broken and missing teeth

    Treating facial injury

    Facial injuries are treated by medical practitioners whose primary aims are to:

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    • keep the airway open
    • control bleeding
    • repair broken or fractured bones with titanium screws and plates
    • reduce the amount of scarring

    Making your claim with the help of a no win no fee St. Helens based lawyer

    If you, or someone you know, have been affected by facial injury, through an accident that wasn’t your fault within the last 3 years, then you may be legally entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim using injury lawyers St. Helens.

    Simply call Accident Advice Helpline for no obligation free legal advice and information about claiming for your facial injury using their expert team of injury lawyers. Their advisers can guide you through the claims process and ensure that you are kept informed throughout your claim using their specialist lawyers.

    With in excess of 15 years’ experience of processing personal injury compensation claims, you can be reassured that your claim is in safe and capable hands.  Infact, your claim will be processed according to Accident Advice Helpline’s key principles of dependability, reliability, accountability and integrity throughout your claim.

    If you wish to find out quickly if you are entitled to make a legal compensation claim for your facial injury, then try their unique 30 second on line test today. You can find out from the comfort of your own home if compensation is waiting for you to claim and roughly how much it might be! Alternatively call our team of expert advisers on 0800 689 0500.

    Date Published: 22nd February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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