Burn Injury Compensation Claim

Burn Injury Compensation Claim

Are you looking to validate your Burn Injury Compensation Claim? Claims National can help deliver the compensation you require.

There are three types of burns: first degree burns, second degree burns and third degree burns. These burns are named as such due to how many layers of skin are affected by the heat source.

  • A first degree burn is a mild burn on the first layer of skin, or epidermis.
  • A second degree burn has happened once the first and second layers of the skin are damaged.
  • Third degree burn happens beyond that.

Whatever level of burn you have suffered, we can provide the legal help and support you need to claim compensation. case will be dealt with in a strictly professional and confidential manor. No legal fees need to be paid and we will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis, receiving 100% of the compensation.

Burn injuries are very common and come in various forms, with various instigators. Burns are initially more common amongst young people, especially teenagers. Around the time of November, burns are a particularly regular occurrence, with Bonfire Night, and firework displays being a popular social activity throughout the month. We all enjoy a good firework display however, if performed unsafely, fireworks and sparklers can cause very serious burns, leaving sufferers traumatized and scarred for life, both physically and mentally.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

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Burn injuries at a firework display could be caused by the negligence of the event holders, and if this is the case, you could be entitled to forego a claim for compensation. Examples of professional negligence at a firework display include:

  • Not providing a sufficient amount of stewards to manage the crowds
  • Stewards not being dressed in easily visible and segregating clothing.
  • Failing to keep spectators away from areas such as firing and fall out zones.
  • Failing to control the crowd and prevent it from overcrowding
  • Allowing spectators to bring their own fireworks
  • Selling fireworks on the site
  • Failing to start on time, and/or failing to inform spectators of any delays.

Fireworks and sparklers are not the only sources of burn injuries though. Many burn injuries are caused by fire, hot water, chemicals electricity etc.

Occupations such as gardeners, cleaners, electricians, plumbers, factory workers etc all work in high risk environments that burn injuries could occur in. It is your employer’s duty of care to ensure that there are minimum hazards in place to prevent burn injuries from being obtained in the workplace’s premises. Therefore, if a burn injury has occurred in the workplace due to your employer’s negligence, then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.