Your nose injury claim can be a result of a wide range of accidents. It includes car accidents, trip and falls, sports, and criminal assaults. You may experience symptoms like pain and tenderness in the nose, difficulties in breathing through the nose, swelling, bleeding, and bruises. This can lead to a risk of an infection and will need immediate treatment to prevent further problems.
A broken nose, or a nasal fracture, is a common type of nose injury for many claimants who are awarded compensation. It can be treated at home with treatments widely available to relieve pain but x-rays and scans can reveal the true extent of the damage of the nose injury. It is recommended to visit the hospital for any underlying problems. In more serious cases, it is possible you may need a little procedure to realign the bones to the original position.
If you have recently injured your nose it is very important that you seek medical care immediately. Waiting too long before seeing a nose specialist could result in broken bones healing in a crooked position. Our nose injury clients have shown that it can also cause breathing problems. To correct a crooked nose it may be imperative to break your bones again to realign them into the correct position. To prevent this, we always recommend that you seek out medical attention as soon as possible.
Regardless of the type of treatment you need, you can claim for your nose injury to recover the expenses you sustained due to the accident which was not your fault. Your compensation reflects the suffering and the emotional trauma you have endured due to the nose injury.
A medical negligence is not always easy to establish. If things have not gone quite right for you then tell us about it.
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You may realise that your compensation claim for a nose injury is not going to make the accident go away or recuperate from your injury any quicker, however it will compensate you for the trouble you have suffered. You will want to have your expenses and any treatments paid for as it was not your fault in the first place. And, you want your maximum 100% compensation and an EXTRA 1%. So choose one of the following actions to deal with professional solicitors at 101% Compensation:
All you have to do is just tell us some details of what and where it happened so that we help you understand your rights.
Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.
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