We continue to fight for the best results for clients who come to us for help after accidents at work. Our recent successes include two
Have you suffered a facial injury at work? Whatever the severity, our specialist team help hundreds of clients pursue personal injury claims every year.
If you have had an accident over the last 3 years you could claim compensation
Call 0845 367 464
The kinds of work accidents in which Work Claims Bureau have helped clients pursue claims of compensation for personal injury and associated losses include:
Your employer has a responsibility under UK law to take appropriate steps in ensuring that they do not expose employees to the risk of accidents which may lead to a facial injury. If you have suffered a work accident that was not your fault, then you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim to compensate you for your injuries and other losses arising from it.
Work Claims Bureau have a dedicated team of specialist facial injury claims solicitors with years of experience in helping employees who have suffered injuries at work. A personal injury claim is not just about trying to get a sum of money for our clients. It’s also important to make sure that you have access to the support you need after your accident, whether that’s putting you in touch with treatment and care providers, or help in dealing with the social and domestic impact of your injuries. Get in touch online for a free consultation or call 0808 256 5184.
The awards brackets shown* relate to the ‘general damages’ (this means the award for the injury and associated pain, suffering and loss of amenity). There are two elements to any award in a successful accident at work compensation claim: ‘general damages’ and ‘special damages’ (expenses and other material losses arising from the injuries).
Multiple Fractures of Facial Bones with some permanent deformity: £13,080 to £21,000
Fractures of Nose or Nasal Complex with permanent damage and / or multiple operations, permanent deformity: £9,330 to £20,280
Displaced fracture: £2,210 to £4,470
Fractures of Cheekbones (depending on severity / permanent effects):
£2,040 to £13,840
Loss of or serious damage to several front teeth. £7,650 to £10,010
Loss of or serious damage to two front teeth: £3,810 to £6,690
Loss of or serious damage to one front tooth: £1,930 to £3,460
Loss of or damage to back teeth: per tooth: £960 to £1,500
Very Severe Scarring
In relatively young claimants where the cosmetic effect is very disfiguring and the psychological reaction severe: £26,120 to £85,340
Less Severe Scarring
Where the disfigurement is still substantial and where there is a significant psychological reaction.£15,750 to £42,460
Significant Scarring: £7,990 to £26,380
Less Significant Scarring: £3,460 to £12,050
Trivial Scarring: £1,500 to £3,090
*based on the 14th edition of the Judicial College guidelines
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We will assess the prospects of your claim
We will set up an agreement and submit your claim
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