Have you experienced a plastic surgery injury that came as a result of your practitioner, doctor or surgeon being negligent? If so, it means that you’ve experienced a personal injury that wasn’t your fault so you have a right to claim compensation for the accident.
Here at 1Solicitors, we understand that an injury deriving from a cosmetic surgery procedure can not only affect your appearance but your self-confidence and long-term health, too.
That’s why we have an expert team of cosmetic surgery solicitors to provide 24/7 support throughout your case and fight for the compensation that you deserve.
Because there are so many forms of cosmetic surgery procedures, you may be confused as to whether or not you’re able to make a plastic negligence surgery claim.
Amongst some of the most common compensation claims include injuries from:
If you’re wondering about whether you’re eligible to make a claim, we recommend that you explore your options with one of our professional cosmetic surgery lawyers.
If you’ve undergone plastic surgery within the past three years which resulted in an injury, you are entitled to make a cosmetic surgery claim.
You’re also able to make a claim if you were not fully informed about the risks of the procedure you were having done, you didn’t get the appropriate aftercare or your procedure wasn’t carried-out to the highest standard.
All medical professionals have a duty to ensure that their clients are safe when completing a cosmetic surgery procedure as an accident could cause long-term damage to their health, appearance and well-being.
This means that if you’ve suffered with a cosmetic surgery injury that wasn’t your fault, it’ll be the person who carried out the procedure who is liable for the accident.
You’ll need these details when making a cosmetic surgery compensation claim as the individual or company involved will be required to take part in the case.
You will need photographic evidence of your injuries (if applicable), along with details of your treatment and the medical professional who performed it.
If the practitioner who performed the treatment didn’t inform you of the potential side-effects before carrying it out, this may mean that you’re eligible to claim.
The amount that you can be awarded when proceeding with cosmetic surgery compensation claims depends on the severity of your injury and the financial impact that it’s had on your life.
There are three types of compensation that you may be eligible to claim for. These are:
Our specialist plastic surgery solicitors understand that a plastic surgery injury case can be extremely distressing and traumatic. That’s why we guarantee a professional yet friendly service when proceeding with all cases and take the time to fully understand your situation in order to assess the best route for claiming compensation.
This process takes place from your first initial appointment in which you can discuss your injury, the impact that it’s had on your life and the company involved. Not only does this help our team to understand your experience, but it also helps us to understand the likelihood of the case resulting in compensation.
We’re proud to offer a no-win, no-fee agreement on all of our plastic surgery negligence claims, meaning that you won’t be charged legal fees unless the claim is successful.
To book your initial appointment and speak to one of our cosmetic surgery solicitors today, contact us online or via telephone on 0330 053 7117.