Second-degree burns on the face are serious. These burns, also called partial thickness burns, damage both the outermost layer of skin (the epidermis) and the deeper layers of skin (the dermis). Second-degree burns usually appear red and painful and often have blisters. If the blisters have ruptured, the skin may look wet and shiny. There [...]
The amount you may recover depends on the extent of your injuries. Your family members may also be entitled to compensation, to the extent that your injury affected their relationship with you.