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Lip Injury Compensation Claim
You have 3 years to claim but do you realise that most personal injury cases can take up to 2 years before your compensation arrives?
That is a long five year wait if you leave it until the last minute. Waste no time and contact Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079 for a free no-obligation chat and we can offer you first class advice about your case upon which we can then proceed to see if you have a case or not.
The face is important for everyone’s aesthetic value and should anything happen, the individual’s self confidence often plummets. If the injury is on the mouth or the lips, things are worse because it causes pain besides denting your image. This is reason enough for you to make a lip injury compensation claim if it wasn’t your fault.
Lip injuries happen due to diverse reasons and not all of them are eligible for compensation. You can lay claims for injuries caused by:
- Blunders by a cosmetic dentist who might have blundered whilst performing a procedure.
- Use of beauty or health products on the lips.
- Accident in workplace or school
- A slip, trip or fall
- Hit by a stray object or in a car accident
The most prevalent lip injuries include: swelling, rashes, pain, blistering and cankers but if left untreated, all can turn into ulcers or cancer. Some people experience permanent numbness after lip injuries. If anyone caused this injury to happen in any way, it is your duty to make a claim and get retribution for your suffering.
Since no case is the same, our lawyers will listen to your case and define the claim amount depending on the cause, extent and effects of your injuries. You can choose to make claims for general damages for the physical suffering or special damages for tertiary expenses. The compensation should help you get better and at least return to life as it was before the injury.
Lip injuries are rather serious and even if you get first aid at the scene of an accident, report to a qualified doctor for a closer look. Seeing a doctor will ensure you get necessary medical documents that prove your were injured and can therefore make a claim.
There is no need to worry if the injury has left you with little money because we apply the No Win, No Fee policy for personal injuries. This means you will not pay anything if you lose your case. This goes to show that there is no room for failure as our lawyers want to earn a living by winning claims for our clients and getting the maximum amount of compensation due to them.
Visit our site to learn more about lip and other personal injuries that you can make a claim for. We have a selection of the best legal advisers ready to help you make your claim and have everything ready to make a convincing case.
Whatever you do, do not wait too long before making a claim because the law only gives you three years. Only children below eighteen have a chance to wait as their claims are valid three years after they reach eighteen. It is also important to see a doctor when the injury happens because any healing may alter the odds of getting compensation.
If your lip injury was the result of carelessness by a company or individual, it is your right to claim compensation. Let us help you do that right and benefit from the compensation you really deserve.
If you have a lip injury and you want to make a compensation claim call us today on 0800 699 0079.
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We accept Nationwide compensation claims
No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.