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If you want to start a claim for a abrasion accident then you should discuss your case with a lawyer specialising in abrasion accident claims such as Tylers Solicitors. This will ensure that your claim has the best chance of success, because we have the competence and professional expertise required to process a claim for abrasion injuries.

If you want to proceed with your abrasion accident injury compensation claim then you should call Tylers Solicitors freephone on 0800 699 0079 and we can then proceed to talk you through your abrasion accident injury compensation claim. Alternatively, if you are on your mobile phone, you can call 0333 577 0320, which is free to call with free minutes on your mobile phone.

What is an abrasion and why claim compensation?

Abrasion injury compensation claims are starting to become more usual than ever before largely due to the fact that today’s law is much more strict than what it used to be. There have been numerous cases of abrasions compensation claims throughout the United Kingdom and most of them have been won by the solicitors. These claims took place in most of the major cities in the United Kingdom. If you have suffered an abrasion and it wasn’t your fault then you may be eligible to claim compensation.

Let’s take a closer look at what an abrasion injury is considered and to what people in different areas of the country are claiming via a lawsuit after such an injury.

Here are some examples of the value of compensation claims for abrasions that have been claimed in certain areas. Firstly, a group of people in a two month spell fell due to a faulty pavement that had a few bumps and cracks in it, simply because it was left like that by the council. They managed to get light abrasions mostly on their hands and feet after tripping over. These were merely first degree abrasions and a few second degree which by no means can put your life into danger. However, these solicitors won the claims and managed to get from around £2,000 for a few light scrapes up to a settlement of £19,000 for the second degree abrasions.

Another case that also happened involved a man who was working on a forklift. After he took a load of crates, one of them came loose and it scraped the hand quite badly resulting in a third degree abrasion which needed immediate medical attention. The man was rushed to hospital and when he got out made a compensation claim which would cover the missing time from work and the medical trauma caused. He managed to win the case and got around £2,500 payouts.

The third case of an abrasion compensation claim is that of a cyclist that fell from his bike because of an uncovered sewer. The front wheel of its bike got stuck and the biker fell scraping his back and both of his elbows. The abrasions on his back were merely first degree but those on his elbows were third degree abrasions. The man claimed £4,000 payout for his injuries and won. He requested this amount of money as repair fee for his bike and for the time spent in hospital. He could have received a lot more than that because an uncovered sewer might be quite dangerous to someone’s life.

Types of abrasion injury you can claim compensation for

There are different types of abrasions that a person can suffer, here are to name a few:

  • Recurrent Corneal Abrasion (Cornea)
  • Abrasion Erosion
  • Eye Abrasion Wound
  • Glacial Abrasion
  • Severe Cuts & Abrasions
  • Cervical Abrasion (Cervix)
  • Tooth & Dental Abrasion
  • Derma Abrasion
  • Microderm Abrasion
  • Facial Abrasion (Face)
  • Conjunctival Abrasion
  • Scleral Abrasion
  • Infected Abrasion
  • Superficial Abrasion
  • Linear Abrasion
  • Tongue Abrasion
  • Deep Knee Abrasion
  • Throat Abrasion
  • Mouth Abrasion

There have also been abrasion compensation claims in bigger cities. These claims usually take place for different reasons than those in other parts of the country. There has been a case when a woman in her mid twenties was taking a cab ride through the city to her husband. The cab had been hit by another car and the woman received scrapes on her hand and face. Because the abrasions on her face were the third degree type, the woman immediately claimed £50,000 pounds for this life changing injury. She had been awarded the claim of £50,000 pounds because she could have lost her eyesight. Some people even consider the fact that she could have claimed much more than that but the woman said she wanted to make people more aware of the dangers that are lurking on the streets.

How much compensation can you claim for an abrasion?

The amount of money you can claim as compensation may vary greatly. It depends on the type of abrasion you have (first, second or third degree) and where the accident took place.

How to tell the symptoms & how to get diagnosed for bad abrasions?

The symptoms are quite easy to spot. The skin will scrape and it will hurt quite badly. The abrasion only affects the outer layer of your skin so there might or might not be blood. Even if medical attention is not always needed it is best to get it because it gives you an evidence on how you got the abrasion.

Are you an abrasion injury ‘No Win, No Fee’ claims solicitor?

Yes. This means there will be no fees applied to the client if we don’t win the case. It also means that there is absolutely no risk of you paying for something you don’t receive.

Where can I find out more information about abrasion injuries?

Information is available on most of the insurance company’s websites and on different web-sites. These usually offer all the information you need in order to make a correct and complete claim. Take into account that this doesn’t mean you are right and you’ll receive the claim.

How to make an abrasion injury compensation claim?

Depending on the type of injury you suffered, there are different types of compensation claims but all of them have in common one aspect. You will have to consult an attorney that will give you more advice that is better suited to your particular case. He will also help you get all the paperwork ready in order to maximise the chances of winning.

How long until I can claim for an abrasion injury?

It is best to claim as soon as you can. Get the needed medical attention for your abrasion and then use the documents you receive as proof for the abrasion. The sooner, the better. However, if you do have the evidence then you have 3 years to claim.

In conclusion, there have been many cases of abrasions compensation claims throughout the United Kingdom. Also, because of the ” No win, no fee” rule you won’t have to pay a penny if your case is lost.

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