Unlike injuries to some other parts of the body, an injury to the face can prompt a range of concerns. Of course, there is the physical pain, but a person who has suffered a facial injury may also feel self-conscious about the appearance of the injury even if the physical pain from the injury passes relatively quickly. As an example, a black eye will often be noticeable for longer than it is painful. The law recognises that the appearance of some injuries can be of particular concern.
Facial injuries can include bruising, burns, scarring, injuries to the facial bones, and fractures of the jaw, cheek bones and nose.
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