Cosmetic surgery negligence claims for compensation

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You could be eligible to pursue a cosmetic surgery negligence claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis with our leading team of medical compensation solicitors.

Read on for some further advice – or for professional legal help today in respect of proceeding with a case immediately, please contact our team here now.

When can you claim cosmetic surgery negligence?

You could be entitled to claim compensation for cosmetic surgery negligence in the same way that you can for typical medical negligence cases that usually involve healthcare services. Cosmetic treatment providers have the same duty of care that any medical providers do in respect of treatments administered and advice that is issued. Any errors or mistakes during the process of treatment or advice could constitute negligence. Any victim of negligence could be entitled to pursue a claim for personal injury compensation, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.

One of the first things that we will normally investigate is whether the defendant has any insurance that we can claim from. Unfortunately, insurance can be a bit of a grey area in respect of whether it is good enough and whether it is in place for some cosmetic treatment providers, so it is an important thing that needs to be considered. In the past, we have pursued many cases where insurance became an issue, so it is a matter that requires careful attention.

Other than the insurance position, it is then about establishing that you have been the victim of negligence and that this has caused some kind of pain, suffering and loss of amenity to you. If you have, that is when we can pursue a legal case for cosmetic surgery negligence, and you can speak to our team for a free claims assessment here now.

Proving your clinical negligence case

The way in which we prove a clinical negligence case is to first establish that you have been the victim of negligence, which is usually done by evidence and expert opinion. You will normally attend an appointment with a suitable expert who can assess what has happened to you and take your testimony and then provide their professional opinion as to whether you have been let down. If their opinion is that you have been the victim of negligence, we can use their evidence to support your case.

The same evidence can then also be used in respect of the valuation of the claim. The expert evidence can be used to demonstrate the extent of any pain, suffering and loss of amenity that you have endured. It can also be used to substantiate any reasonable losses and expenses claims that can also be evidenced by additional materials such as receipts, or wage slips for things like lost earnings. Ultimately, your medical expert report is pivotal to be able to win a case and secure the compensation that you are rightfully entitled to receive.

Get free help and advice now

The best place to start to find out if we can help you with a claim for personal injury compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis is to contact our team for free, no-obligation advice here now.

We can risk assess your potential case and then make a determination about whether yours is one that we can take forward for you.

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