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Scarring & Burn Injuries

Burns, cuts (sometimes called lacerations) and scalds can be extremely painful injuries. Unfortunately they can also have significant long term effects like scarring and psychological distress.

We can help you make a claim for compensation following an injury or accident that’s left you with burns, cuts or scalds.

We will work on a no win, no fee basis.

We are based in Nottingham city centre, covering Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire & Leicestershire.

We can arrange home or hospital visits where necessary.

If you’ve had an accident or been injured, please contact our expert team of personal injury lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.

These are just some examples of things which may burn, cut or scar you:

  • Scalding liquid
  • Electrical equipment
  • Chemicals
  • A beauty or hair treatment
  • A faulty product
  • Machinery at work
  • A sharp exposed edge

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