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If you have been affected by a skin injury in an accident that wasn't your fault, we could help you claim compensation.
Suffering a skin injury can be extremely upsetting. As well as causing physical pain, irritation and discomfort, skin conditions can also damage self-esteem and cause mental issues such as anxiety and depression.
If your skin injury is a painful consequence of another person's negligence or incompetence, then you have the right to claim compensation.
While we understand that no amount of money can erase or undo the suffering and pain you will have suffered because of your injury, compensation payouts for victims of skin injuries can help to alleviate additional financial pressures by covering medical costs, travel expenses, and lost wages.
If you have suffered a skin injury through no fault of your own and you feel there is evidence of 3rd party liability, then you are entitled to try and make a claim for compensation.
By employing the services of one of PSR's qualified personal injury lawyers, you can rest assured that you have secured the legal expertise and experience to win your case and receive the maximum compensation available.
In the unlikely event that your claim is unsuccessful, our No Win No Fee promise offers you the peace of mind that there will be no legal costs to pay, meaning no risk to you.
Call PSR Solicitors' team of personal injury claim experts to discuss the particulars of your case.
We will advise you of the viability of your Skin Injury Compensation Claim, and expertly assess the potential value of your payout.
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I am the Managing Director of PSR Solicitors. After working in various law firms, both small high street firms and a larger practice in Manchester, I saw a gap in the market for a high quality practice that had the same core high street values of being personable and approachable and combining them with the efficiency and professionalism of a larger practice. PSR Solicitors was therefore established in 2009 in Shotton, Deeside with this aim. Since then PSR Solicitors has provided high quality legal services to local clients throughout North Wales and Cheshire.
I live in Chester with my young family and 2 dogs and enjoy regular holidays along the coast of North Wales.
I have recently been asked to join the board of trustees at Platform For Life, a mental health counselling charity in Chester. Good mental health is the foundation of a more fulfilled, happy and healthy life, yet many families struggle to access the help and support they need to achieve it. Platform for Life offers free local counselling and play therapy for families who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
Shotton Office, Wrexham Office, Rhyl Office, Colwyn Bay Office, Ellesmere Port Office, Wallasey Office
Solicitor - Head of Personal Injury
I've been a Solicitor at PSR Solicitors since March 2013 and now take full responsibility for leading the Rhyl Office.
I completed both my Law LLB and LPC degrees at Cardiff University, graduating in 2008 and 2009 respectively. Thereafter, I completed my 2-year training contract at a firm based in Cardiff, then retained by this firm as a Criminal Defence Solicitor until I decided to relocate up to North Wales, for the countryside and the people..
As an experienced personal injury and civil litigation Solicitor, I represent Claimants in all manner of personal injury case work including injuries as a result of Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at Work, and Occupiers Liability Accidents. I handle all types off personal injury claims from the minor right through to complex, serious injury claims.
Outside of work I'm a keen rugby fan, who enjoys running and travel.
Shotton Office, Rhyl Office, Ellesmere Port Office, Wallasey Office
Solicitor - Head of Litigation
I completed my law degree and legal practice course at Nottingham Law School, before qualifying as a solicitor in 2004. I then worked at a specialist personal injury firm in the East Midlands and a leading regional firm, before joining PSR in 2017.
With PSR I've continued to specialise in acting for Personal Injury claimants and have developed a keen understanding of the procedures and tactics involved in pursuing a claim, as well as the difficulties and concerns faced by people who have suffered as the result of an accident.
Since 2014 I've been proud to help hundreds of people. I've represented the public in all manner of injury claims, including serious orthopaedic injuries, brain damage, and psychological trauma. I was instructed to deal with claims for clients in the aftermath of the Potters Bar rail crash and the Penhallow hotel fire.
In addition, I represent clients in relation to all manner of disputes. I have dealt with professional negligence claims, such as those against solicitors and builders. I have helped clients recover money which is due to them and to dispute invoices which have been sent to them. I have helped business defend claims against them. I have tackled neighbour and boundary disputes.
I live locally to the Colwyn Bay office, and outside of work, I enjoy taking advantage of the coastal and mountain outdoor activities which are available on the doorstep. I'm also heavily involved with an outdoor pursuits charity, which I find an enjoyable and rewarding way of using my free time.
Shotton Office, Wrexham Office, Colwyn Bay Office, Wallasey Office
Dermatitis is a skin condition that is characterised by dry and itchy skin, red rashes that cover specific parts of the body, and discomfort. Dermatisis can be a temporary condition that is eased with medical interventions, or it can be a serious and long-lasting disease.
There are many different types of dermatitis, with contact dermatitis being the most common. As its name suggests, contact dermatitis occurs as a result of coming into direct contact with substances known as irritants. These substances can be harmful to the skin, and include detergents, chemicals, hair dyes, and cleaning fluids. Allergic dermatitis can occur when contact with a chemical or substance causes the immune system to react.
Depending on your occupation, you may have developed contact dermatitis after coming into contact with irritants at work. Nurses, hairdressers, cleaners and engineers are all likely to come into regular contact with substances which could cause contact dermatitis to manifest. In order to reduce the risk of their employees suffering a skin injury because of their job, employers have a legal duty to minimise hazards and the risk of harm occurring. Under current Health and Safety Regulations, employers must:
Typical treatments for dermatitis include applying topical skin moisturisers and steroids. Sadly, steroid medications can only be used infrequently and for short bursts of time due to the side-effects that they can cause to occur.
If an employer fails to undertake their health and safety duties effectively, they may find themselves liable for any injuries that their employees suffer.
Burns and scalds are skin injuries that are caused by heat. They differ from one another in that burns are typically caused by contact with dry heat (such as a fire or an iron), while scalds are caused by contact with hot water, hot liquids, or steam. Generally, burns and scalds are treated in the same way, but the road to recovery can be very painful. Symptoms of burns and scalds are similar, and often include red or peeling skin; blisters at the site of the injury; swelling of the affected area; white or charred skin. Although some burns and scalds are very painful, some can be relatively painless, especially if the injury caused damage to the nerves in the area. For this reason, the amount of pain suffered is not always relative to the severity of the burn, so it's important to get all burns assessed by a medical practitioner.
When treating burns and scalds, doctors categorise the injury into one of four categories.
The categorisation is based on the severity of damage that has been sustained and the degree to which each of the skin's three layers have been affected.
To understand the categorisation, it's important to know that human skin has three layers.
The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin that you can see. The skin is the body's largest organ, and its role is to protect the delicate inner organs of the body from invading pathogens and other elements that could cause harm.
Below the epidermis is the dermis, which contains blood capillaries, nerve endings, sweat glands, and hair follicles. This is the second layer.
The third layer is a layer of subcutaneous fat, known as subcutis; it is the deeper layer of fat and tissue that sits beneath the epidermis and the dermis.
There are four main types of burn, all of which have their own characteristic appearance and method of treatment.
The least severe type of burn is the superficial epidermal burn. With this burn, the epidermis is damaged and appears red and swollen, but it is not blistered. It is still a painful burn for victims.
A superficial dermal burn is slightly more serious; with this type of burn, both the epidermis and dermis are likely to be affected, and the skin will appear pink and painful. Blisters will probably form around the affected area.
A deep dermal or partial thickness burn occurs when the epidermis and dermis are both damaged. When this type of injury occurs, the skin usually turns red and blotchy. It is difficult to guess how a victim's skin will respond to this type of burn. For some victims, the skin becomes dry; for others, it becomes moist. Most victims will experience some swelling and blistering, but not all will experience pain
A full thickness burn is the most severe type of burn. It occurs when all three layers of skin - the epidermis, dermis and subcutis - are damaged. The skin is usually burnt away, and the tissues underneath appear pale or blackened. Any skin that does remain will be dry and white, or brown or black, with a waxy or leathery texture.
Although we tend to think of scalds and burns as involving fire and hot steam, it's important to remember that there are many different types of burns. An electrical burn happens when someone experiences an electric shock. When electricity comes into direct contact with the body, it can course through the body quickly, damaging tissues and organs. High-voltage burns occur when a person encounters a power source of more than 500 volts. It is an extremely serious burn, with the electricity coursing through the victim's body and causing severe internal injuries. Often, the victim's outside appearance is misleading; the outer skin is unlikely to be affected by the burn, with most of the damage existing beneath the victim's skin. Electrical burns often require hospital treatment, with medics' first job being to assess the damage caused.
Burns and scalds have many causes, and can occur because of contact with fire, steam, chemicals, electrical equipment, and even sunbeds. Injuries such as burns can occur as a result of working with hot materials in the workplace.
Burns and scalds are a common injuries in workplaces where employees often handle hot substances. Kitchen staff, waiters and waitresses are at high risk of suffering a burn or scald due to the nature of their jobs.
In construction and engineering jobs, using machinery that heats liquids to extremely high temperatures can cause severe scalding if the machine malfunctions in some way.
In workplaces that frequently use potentially dangerous machinery, employers have a legal duty to regularly inspect the machines their employees work with for signs of damage. This is also true of workplaces, such as tanning salons, that offer their machines out to customers for commercial use.
Machinery should be regularly maintained and, when necessary, removed, replaced, or upgraded to ensure worker safety. Workers who regularly operate such machinery must be given regular training. If a machine is faulty or training has not been provided, it is likely that the employer will be found liable for any accidents that occur.
Burns and scalds can also occur during road traffic accidents. Whatever the cause of your burn or scald, contact PSR Solicitors today to find out whether you could make a claim for compensation.
Skin injuries that lead to scars are a sad but common consequence of many accidents. Because they occur due to the initial injuries, scars are known as 'secondary injuries'.
In the past, we have successfully aided with claims for scars caused by accidents at work, road traffic accidents, and trips and falls. Scars can also be a by-product of scalds and burns; as part of a claim for a burn or scald injury, the courts will consider whether any permanent scarring has occurred.
Compensation claims for scars are usually handled as a secondary claim following an initial accident or injury claim. In this way, it is shown that the scars were caused by the initial accident, which wasn't the victim's fault, and are causing additional distress for the claimant. Claims for scars that are made after the initial accident claim have been settled are unlikely to be responded to, but doctors during the initial claim can provide a prognosis that details whether scars are likely to occur, and how extensive and permanent they will probably be.
There are many different types of scars, and their appearances typically differ depending on their cause.
The most common types of scars are flat, pale scars that manifest as a pale line on the skin. Burns and scalds typically cause scars known as scar contractures, which occur when the skin shrinks and becomes tight. These scars can have physical ramifications, resulting in difficulties moving the skin. Hypertrophic scars are raised, red scars that are usually thick in width. These scars can restrict movement and are caused by an imbalance in the amount of collagen that is produced by the body when the wound is healing.
Many people who are left with scars after an accident find the marks unsightly, which can lead to issues with confident and self-esteem and potentially cause mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. In the most serious cases, people may be reluctant or unwilling to socialise with others or leave their homes. They may feel worried that their scars will be judged by other people.
All PSR’s Personal Injury Solicitors in Wales and our Injury Lawyers in Cheshire are accredited by the Law Society for Personal Injury Claims. Our accredited status as specialist personal injury solicitors provides the reassurance you should be looking for and guarantees that we have the expertise and tenacity to secure the maximum levels of compensation for you or your family.
Covering North Wales and Cheshire, with offices in Shotton, Colwyn Bay, Ellesmere Port, Rhyl, Wrexham, and Wallasey, PSR Solicitors is one of the leading firms of Personal Injury Solicitors out there, affording you confidence that if you recruit the services of one of our expert solicitors, they will manage the entire claim and allow you to concentrate on more important issues, like recovery.
Your Personal Injury claim is vitally important, which is why we will contact you within an hour of your initial contact with us during normal working hours, or at the earliest opportunity on the next working day if you contact us after close of business.
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