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TJL Solicitors to sponsor Botched on E!

March 3, 2017

 

TJL Solicitors is delighted to announce that it is to sponsor the popular reality TV show Botched on E! The US-based show follows renowned plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow as they attempt to reverse the damages caused by plastic surgery-gone-wrong, including some of the most extreme examples imaginable.

As leaders in the field of cosmetic surgery negligence, Cosmetic Surgery by TJL Solicitors is a perfect fit for Botched and we hope to remind people that help is at hand for anyone who has suffered unnecessarily when going through a procedure designed to enhance their lives, not damage it.

We know that cosmetic surgery, unfortunately, can and does go wrong; however, Botched demonstrates that with the right help, any errors made – no matter how extreme – can be reversed. Each hour-long episode tells the story of a patient as they go through the process of correcting failed operations. This includes both the complex procedures required to fix the problems and the intensive recovery process needed thereafter.

Each episode then ends with the dramatic reveal of the successful transformation; a reminder that there is hope for those who have endured even the most upsetting of botched procedures.

Botched is on E! throughout March on Tuesdays from 8am to 11am, Thursdays at 8am and 9pm, and every day at 1am on Sky (UK & Ireland) Channel 151 and Virgin Media (United Kingdom) Channel 156.

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