Rhinoplasty compensation claims
If you have undergone rhinoplasty (also known as nose reshaping surgery or a nose job) and you experienced complications that you believe were caused by a negligent clinic or surgeon, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
At Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, our highly experienced legal team have the expertise you will need to secure a fair compensation settlement from your rhinoplasty claim, giving you the best possible chance of rebuilding your life after botched surgery.
Our team specialise in cosmetic surgery claims, with more than 15 years of experience in dealing with cases of this nature. This means we fully understand what you are going through, and can provide expert advice and support throughout the claims process.
We work on a no win, no fee basis, with a 95% success rate in all cases we continue to pursue having obtained medical evidence. As such, you can place your full trust in us to make the rhinoplasty claims process as smooth and stress-free as possible for you.
CONTACT US TODAY
If your rhinoplasty surgery has gone wrong, contact Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today. To speak to one of experts about whether you can make a claim for nose job compensation, call 0800 634 0285 or fill in the quick contact form on this page to request a call back.
Why Choose Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors?
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors was founded in 2005 as the first legal practice in England and Wales to focus solely on cosmetic surgery and beauty treatment negligence. Our knowledge and experience in dealing with cases of this kind is highly specialised, and we have handled countless rhinoplasty claims just like yours.
With a rating of ‘excellent’ on TrustPilot, we have been shown to deliver our legal services in a way that is sensitive and successful. To date, we have secured more than £4 million in compensation for our clients after obtaining medical evidence, and since we work on a no win, no fee basis, there is no financial risk involved with making a rhinoplasty claim with us.
Led by respected legal expert Michael Saul, our team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are perfectly placed to help you recover the financial reward you deserve, allowing you and your family to move on with your lives.
Read our testimonials from previous clients to find out more about how we can help.
How Long Will the Claims Process Take?
Because the circumstances of every rhinoplasty claim are unique, the length of the claims process will vary according to the specific details of your case.
By getting in touch with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, you will be assigned a dedicated solicitor who will assess your case in detail, before providing you with a comprehensive plan of all the steps involved.
At every stage of the process, they will be available to provide regular updates and offer advice, guidance and answers to any questions you might have.
Learn more about the full claims process here.
What Are the Signs That My Nose Job Has Gone Wrong?
Many people choose to undergo rhinoplasty surgery to change a part of their appearance that they are unhappy with. As such, when nose jobs go wrong, you may end up being left in a worse position than before the operation.
In most instances, you should wait to fully heal after your surgery before considering making a compensation claim, as the nose is a delicate structure and it may take some time to settle down and for your breathing to become clear again.
After this recovery period has passed, however, there may well be indications that your nose job has gone wrong. Some examples of surgical malpractice include:
- Nasal collapse where the bridge of the nose, or columella, caves inwards
- Saddle deformity above the tip of the nose (also known as supra-tip hollowing)
- Asymmetrical nostrils or a pinched appearance caused by removing too much tissue
- Deviation of nose or tip
- The results of the procedure look different to what was expected
The above physical effects can trigger a negative emotional response, which can lead to:
- Feeling disappointed that the surgery failed to achieve the effect the patient desired
- Depression as a result of unsuccessful surgery
Find out more about what you can expect from a rhinoplasty here.
THE DUTY OF CARE FOR CLINICS AND SURGEONS
Surgeons who carry out rhinoplasty procedures have a duty of care to ensure their patients’ safety and wellbeing. It is important that they are held accountable to this duty, as when nose jobs go wrong they can cause long-lasting physical and psychological damage to the patient.
Clinics and surgeons are not only responsible for avoiding negative outcomes that can be reasonably prevented, but also for telling you about the complications that cannot be prevented. If your clinic or surgeon has not fulfilled this duty of care, you may be eligible to make a rhinoplasty claim.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
If a cosmetic surgeon was negligent during your rhinoplasty procedure, you can make a claim for a financial award. This compensation can include damages for any physical and psychological injury you have endured, as well as covering the cost of any restorative surgery you might need.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors will provide you with thorough and professional guidance on the best approach to making a rhinoplasty claim, talking you through each step of the often complex legal process. Regulations surrounding the cosmetic surgery industry are very inconsistent, which makes it hard for patients to understand their legal position or where to turn for help, unless they seek advice from a team of solicitors with specialist expertise in this area.
By contacting us, our expert team will take the time to understand the impact your negligent nose surgery has had on your life and build the strongest possible case for you.
If you are concerned about the success of your rhinoplasty procedure, contact Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today. To speak to one of experts about whether you can make a claim for nose job compensation, call 0800 634 0285 or fill in the online contact form to request a call back.
Find out more about your legal rights in our report: Cosmetic Surgery: Knowing Your Rights if Something Goes Wrong.