Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Compensation Claims
Maybe you’ve had an abdominoplasty, you may know it as a tummy tuck, for cosmetic reasons. Did you lose lots of weight and want the saggy skin removing? Or maybe having your kids left you with more skin around your tummy than you would like?
Whatever the reason, if you’re surgery didn’t go as planned, and you’re now feeling worse than you did before the operation, you should contact us to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim for compensation. Speak to one of our people, who’ll be more than happy to advise you.
My Tummy Tuck Has Gone Wrong – Help!
Having a tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is not a decision you should take lightly. It’s a major operation and there are some significant risks associated with it. But, if you’re reading this page, it’s safe to assume that you or someone you know, has already had the procedure, and it’s not gone as expected.
If this is the case, you should explore the idea of claiming compensation, and that’s where we can help.
It only takes a couple of questions for us to be able to advise you on how likely a claim for compensation would be to succeed.
Why you Should Claim for Abdominoplasty Compensation
Feeling unhappy about your appearance can affect your whole life. It can knock your confidence, make you reluctant to go out and mix with people. Not to mention the effect it can have on your close personal relationships. Some people even develop depression, which is tragic when the operation was supposed to make you feel better.
So, before you end up in a situation like this, why not find out if surgical compensation can help you through. It won’t change what’s happened, but it will help you cope with the fallout of an operation that goes wrong.
For instance, you may be in too much pain to work. And, if you are the main breadwinner in your home, it could become very serious, very quickly. How will you pay your bills, or rent if you have no money coming in?
This is the exact situation compensation was designed for. It’s meant to help you cope when your situation is made worse by something someone else did.
Some people become so ill they have to be taken care of by their family. If this happens, the strain can be immense. Compensation can help ease this tension by allowing you, and those caring for you, to have a little break.
Having your financial worries sorted allows you to concentrate on getting yourself better. So, give us a call and we’ll tell you how we can help.
Our solicitors can provide expert claim advice in a FREE consultation if you are unsure; simply call 01204 521 133.
How Much Will I Get?
Everyon’e’s claim is entirely different, so it is difficult to advise accurately. However, our Medical Negligence Compensation Calculator may provide a rough estimate of what you may receive. These estimates are based on your injuries and also other factors, such as psychological problems and missed time at work.
‘No Win No Fee’
At Asons Solicitors, we have taken the risk out of making a claim for all of our clients, which is why over 98% of our claims are No Win No Fee. This way, we can allow everyone access to justice, regardless of their financial position. If you choose to make a claim with us, there are no upfront fees or unexpected costs, as we take on the risk for you.
More on ‘No Win, No Fee’ here.
Finding Someone to Talk to
When you’ve had something go wrong in your life, such as botched plastic surgery, often the only people who’ll understand are others who’ve been through the same thing. So, why not see if there’s someone who you can chat with in these forums?
If you want to make a claim for medical negligence compensation, you need to be quick! These kinds of claims have time limits on them. Once you pass the limit, you can no longer make a claim, unless there are exceptional circumstances, which we can advise you on. So, don’t delay, call us today.
How Will I Pay for my Claim?
Paying for a claim for compensation can be a worry. Most people think that legal stuff is expensive, however we offer to work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis. This means that you don’t pay anything until your case is finished and you have been awarded compensation.