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This article was published on April 5th, 2011
Thorneycroft Solicitors has a nationally renowned personal injury team that specialises in cosmetic surgery claims and plastic surgery compensation for individuals who have suffered as a result of cosmetic surgery that went wrong. We have successfully represented a variety of clients across Macclesfield, Manchester and Cheshire who have suffered cosmetic injuries from a range of surgery procedures that went wrong.
Our solicitors are able to deal with all aspects of cosmetic surgery claims including:
Cosmetic surgery claims often arise because the surgery has not been carried out with the necessary skill required by the plastic surgeon, or because treatment of complications following cosmetic surgery has been negligent.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors we understand that all claims are individual. Our dedicated team’s expertise and knowledge means that your cosmetic surgery claim is investigated thoroughly and efficiently, and whatever the nature of the case, our specialist solicitors use their experience to ensure the best possible outcome for your claim.
You will be assigned your own specialist injury claims solicitor who will personally handle your claim from start to finish and will be on hand to answer any queries or concerns you may have. We will also ensure your claim is processed quickly and smoothly without any further stress to yourself.
If you have had problems during plastic surgery and feel you have been a victim of medical negligence then contact us today and we will call you back to discuss your cosmetic surgery compensation claim. We offer full support and guidance to clients in Macclesfield, Cheshire and Manchester, to claim for botched cosmetic surgey compensation on a no win no fee basis, speak to one of our solicitors today who will be willing to guide you through the compensation process.
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