It's not an easy question to answer, but ultimately it should be enough to compensate for something that was painful, and that will take time to heal.
Consider reaching out to a few personal injury attorneys in your area for more information, however, I suspect you will be able to handle this on your own.Ask a similar question
Fair compensation depends on the nature and extent of the injury. Sounds like this was (fortunately) very minor and I assume won't result in any permanent scarring, in which case it's not worth much. If I'm correct, the case is probably not worth more than a couple hundred dollars. I'd say ask for $500 and see what they offer.Ask a similar question
Unless you took him to a doctor and there is a scar, it would likely not be worth much, so it is your call.Ask a similar question
Without medical attention and only a small scratch, your damages are rather small. Perhaps ask for $500 and see what happens?
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Considering your son did not seek any medical attention for any injuries , his claim, in theory, is not worth very much. I would suggest you contact a personal injury attorney for a free consultation to discuss the facts, further explain your potential claim and determine the "value" of the claim.Ask a similar question
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