Hello, everyone, I have a situation in which one of my protagonists is cooking pasta for his niece when she headbutts him into the stove. As a result, he knocks into the pot and falls, dragging the it down with him. The pot and boiling water slam into his head. He does not receive any medical treatment until some time later (as the niece didn't bother calling 991). What do the consequences sound like here? I imagined that he could be blind in the eye closest to where the pot hit him due to prolonged retinal detachment, and that he would be generally scarred all over his face. Does this work, and to what extent? I am not sure how long scald scars like that would last (would something of this nature warrant a 3rd degree burn?), and for the sake of plot/his self-image problems, I am hoping that his face would prompt at least some people to "look at him the wrong way." Another thing I was wondering about is nerve damage. If he gets 3rd degree burns, would that permanently affect the nerves in his face? Could I accomplish the appropriate scarring, etc. with this incident?