Personal Injury: Quantum case. Orthopaedic injuries. Product liability. PSLA of £3,250. In the process of taking a vegetable spiraliser out of a box, the claimant's left ring finger became cut and the device chopped off some flesh, which was stuck under the blade. A piece of missing flesh was missing at the side of the ring fingernail. The wound healed within three weeks. The expert diagnosed a deep laceration to the side of the pulp of the left, non-dominant ring finger, which caused the claimant to lose some soft tissue. The scar was expected to be become virtually invisible within three years of the accident, and tenderness and reaction to the cold would resolve.