If you have been the victim of cosmetic surgery gone wrong, then getting the right cosmetic surgery claims advice can make a huge difference when it comes to making a claim for financial compensation. The right claims advice will ensure that you know your legal rights with regards to making a claim, and that you will have a good idea of how strong your claim really is and whether it’s worth making a claim in the first place.
But where can you find a compensation solicitor that deals with cosmetic surgery claims?
Accident Advice Helpline
The best place to find a compensation solicitor that deals with cosmetic surgery claims is. Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm with in-house solicitors in England and Wales and works in partnership with some of the most reputable solicitors in Scotland, to ensure that no matter where you are based you have access to justice. You can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 – these numbers will put you through to AAH’s 24/7 helpline with highly experienced claims advisors at the other end during normal working hours.
A claims advisor is the best person to talk to about your cosmetic surgery claim. This is because they can provide general advice, such as whether based on the circumstances of your accident it may be worth pursuing a claim and how much your claim may be worth. In fact, you can ask a claims advisor anything that’s related to your claim. This ability to get answers to all of your questions, before even deciding to make a claim, will be invaluable.
Proceeding with a cosmetic surgery claim
If after discussing your case with a claims advisor you feel that it’s best to proceed with making a claim for cosmetic surgery compensation, your claims advisor will start the process for you and put you in contact with a highly experienced solicitor that deals with cosmetic surgery claims day in, day out. With an experienced cosmetic surgery solicitor behind you, your claim will have a heightened chance of success.
Furthermore, your solicitor will work on a no win, no fee basis. No win, no fee agreements are also known as conditional fee agreements and they stipulate that the client does not have to pay any legal fees upfront, or their lawyer’s legal fees if the claim loses. This type of solicitor-client agreement came into force in the UK in 1995 to ensure that everybody, no matter who they are or their individual circumstances, can get access to justice. It is now the most popular agreement of its type and it’s available for surgery claims.