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People undergo cosmetic surgery for many reasons. They may have suffered a traumatic illness such as breast cancer and hope that the procedure will help them return to normality, or some may seek treatment following an accident. Many people have surgery for purely cosmetic reasons to enhance their looks.
Whatever the driving factor, when a procedure goes wrong both the psychological and the physical effects can be truly devastating.
Cosmetic surgery negligence can occur as a result of a number of different procedures including:
Many cosmetic surgeries are carried out by private clinics whose surgeons are independent contractors. When things go wrong the clinics tend to blame the surgeons as independent contractors and so it is always important to establish, in the small print, whether the clinic is offering the procedure or if it is offering an introduction to a surgeon who is an independent contractor operating under his own insurance.
It is particularly important to seek specialist solicitors who are familiar with the potential pitfalls of private clinics and the contractual elements of the agreements for such surgery.
We have a dedicated team that will provide expert advice in this complex area. There to advise you through each step of the process, from the initial advice, to possible treatment if required, we pride ourselves on our professional but caring approach.
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Thorneycroft Solicitors is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.
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