Botched Up Bodies on Channel Five
Michael Saul is the UK’s Leading Expert on Cosmetic Surgery Negligence
A new series of the TV programme ‘Botched up Bodies’ started recently on Channel 5 highlighting instances where cosmetic surgery has gone badly wrong. The programmes include interviews with the distressed and damaged patients who are desperate to have their bad cosmetic surgery corrected by the UK’s leading surgeons.
The cosmetic surgery industry in the UK is now worth billions and forecast to reach £3.6 billion by the end of 2015. ‘Botched up Bodies’ has claimed that of the over 100,000 cosmetic surgery procedures done in the UK last year, as many as five per cent were surgeries that had gone wrong.
That’s not surprising to Michael Saul, Partner and Head of Cosmetic Negligence Claims for Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors; Michael has been helping the victims of terrible cosmetic surgery for over ten years. Talk to Michael Saul today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our dedicated Cosmetic Claims team and begin your claim for financial compensation.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors and Michael Saul
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors was the first legal department in England and Wales set up expressly to help victims of negligent cosmetic surgery. The Manchester based law firm has successfully pursued cosmetic surgery claims for hundreds of both women and men after their cosmetic surgery has gone wrong. Working successfully in the area of cosmetic surgery negligence since 2005, Michael has unrivalled knowledge and experience in handling cosmetic surgery claims with 500 cases of cosmetic negligence, what Channel 5’s TV show would call ‘botched up bodies’. Michael is the UK’s leading expert in cosmetic surgery litigation and has been responsible for recovering over £2.5 million in compensation for the clients of Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors.
As well as being a highly respected and successful cosmetic surgery negligence specialist, Michael’s knowledge and understanding of surgeries which leave botched bodies in their wake has seen him regularly appear on television. He has featured in the ITV1 programme ‘Tonight: The Real Cost of Beauty’, the BBC1 programme ‘Inside Out’, as well as ‘Granada Reports’ on ITV1, ‘Look North’ on ITV1 and BBC Radio 5live. Michael has also appeared in print on a frequent basis in numerous national newspapers as well online.
Michael understands that negligence in cosmetic surgery does not just wreak physical damage but can also have a huge psychological impact on the victim of a botched cosmetic surgery. Call Michael Saul today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our expert Cosmetic Claims team and start a claim for the financial compensation you deserve for the botched body you’ve suffered.
Breast Augmentation in Botched Up Bodies
In the TV programme, ‘Botched Up Bodies’, there are many different types of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. The botched cosmetic surgeries featured in the programme include breast augmentations gone wrong, a deformed face after a bad face lift, and unsightly scars following a procedure that went disastrously wrong for dermal filler injections.
In the early episodes of this series, there have been several breast operations that have gone wrong.
31-year-old Laura from Hampshire:
Had a breast enlargement operation which left her suffering from necrosis. When the flesh on her breast died, she lost her left breast areola and had severe scarring on her left nipple.
22-year-old Amy from Dorking:
Was also left scarred after a breast augmentation operation, she suffered post surgery from severely uneven breasts and abnormally large areolae. Her right breast implant was also rippling in her chest.
Finally Sue, a 54-year-old from Preston:
Had a breast reduction procedure and also developed necrosis. As the cosmetic surgeon took off her bandages, her nipple came off with them. When she had further corrective surgery, she was left with uneven breasts and no nipple.
Michael Saul is no stranger to these results of negligent cosmetic surgeries. He has many years experience in dealing with breast surgeries going wrong and providing comfort and relief to victims when they are awarded substantial cosmetic surgery compensation.
You may be entitled to financial compensation if your cosmetic surgery has gone wrong. Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors know exactly what to look for when it comes to cosmetic surgery negligence so call us today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from our specialist legal team to talk about how you can make a claim for cosmetic surgery negligence.
Claim for Compensation When Your Cosmetic Surgery Goes Wrong
You fully deserve to be compensated if you’ve been a victim of cosmetic surgery that’s been botched because of negligence. For more information on how to make a claim, call Michael Saul at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors now by following these four steps:
- Talk to our dedicated plastic surgery claims team on 0800 634 0285
- Request a call back to speak when it suits you and your schedule
- Tell us how your cosmetic surgery went wrong. Our expert team of solicitors will identify your options
- Our experienced cosmetic medical negligence solicitors will take it from there
Botched Up Bodies and Dermal Filler Negligence
It’s not only breast enlargement negligence that has taken centre stage in the new series of ‘Botched Up Bodies’, in addition, there are some cases where dermal fillers have gone seriously wrong. Dermal fillers in the UK are minimally regulated and covered by only the same level of regulation as toothbrushes so this area of the cosmetic surgery industry can and does cause considerable distress for victims of dermal fillers gone wrong.
One episode featured 52-year-old Alex who had permanent dermal filler injected under her eyes and into her face. Unfortunately for Alex, 8 years on, the dermal filler started to migrate and swell, and she suffered on two occasions with infections that almost killed her. She has no option but to have this dangerous dermal filler removed as soon as possible before she could be hospitalised with another potentially lethal infection.
And then there is Hannah, a 33-year-old from Northampton, who had a dermal filler injected into her lips but a few years later when the dermal filler began to swell, her bottom lip dropped down to one side.
As one of the leading solicitors in the cosmetic surgery negligence field, Michael Saul took a landmark legal action against doctors and clinics that had provided a facial cosmetic treatment called Isolagen to a group of Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors’ clients. In a groundbreaking judgment in May 2014, the Court of Appeal decided that the doctors were liable for the contents of the product manufacturer’s literature.
If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of having a dermal filler procedure go wrong on you, then speak to our expert cosmetic negligence solicitors on 0800 634 0285. Draw on their experience with negligent cosmetic surgery and make a claim for compensation.
The Leading Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors in the UK
Why are Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors the UK’s leading cosmetic surgery law firm?
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors have over ten years experience in securing financial compensation for patients who’ve endured negligent cosmetic surgery. We deal with cosmetic surgery negligence of all types including negligent breast surgery and dermal fillers gone wrong.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are always there to provide you with support at any time during the tough and drawn-out negligence claims process.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can answer any questions you have about cosmetic surgery negligence claims so if you’ve suffered a plastic surgery gone wrong, then talk to us today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of his dedicated cosmetic surgery negligence claims team.