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Breast Lift Compensation


tsminilogoWith any kind of cosmetic surgery, there is the risk of something going wrong. The same is true of surgery in general. Even in simple surgeries, due to clinical negligence or other issues, problems can develop. If you’ve undergone cosmetic surgery that has gone wrong, then you may be eligible for breast lift compensation.

Whether you’ve suffered medical negligence from the NHS or a private cosmetic practice, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. Our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. We will work with you to help you understand how viable your claims for compensation are. Whether you’ve suffered long-term health concerns, or you weren’t properly informed about the risks of your medical treatment, get in touch today.

What Is Breast Lift Surgery (Mastopexy)?

Breast lift surgery, known as mastopexy, is a surgical procedure which is often performed as part of other treatments. Breast lifts are meant to combat sagging breast (breast ptosis), which can occur due to age, medical conditions or other surgical treatments.

If you’ve been the victim of negligence during any kind of cosmetic treatment or surgery, including a breast lift, contact us today. The experienced team of no-win, no-fee legal experts at Tylers are here to help you. In the past, our professional team have worked to provide legal services for a complete range of clients. We’ve helped people from all walks of life to get the compensation that they are entitled to. Our no-win, no-fee services can be used to make legal complaints against both the NHS and private healthcare providers.

Do I Need a Breast Lift?

As breast lifts are elective, they are rarely a necessary surgery. However, uneven or sagging breast can have a serious impact on your psychology. If the appearance of your breasts is causing you mental anguish, then you may need a breast lift.

When is a Breast Lift Medically Necessary?

A breast lift can be a medically necessary treatment. If you are having other surgeries, such as breast enlargement or reduction, breast lifts will often be performed. They are used to keep breasts even and prevent uneven sagging, leading to other problems.

What are the Risks of Breast Lift Surgery?

Breast lift surgery is a relatively simple surgical procedure with few risks. Surgery can to go wrong if the healthcare professional displays medical negligence. If you do suffer any issues, you may be able to claim for medical negligence compensation.

Can I Claim Compensation Following Anaesthesia Mistakes?

If any mistakes are made with anaesthetic during the procedure, you may be able to claim for medical negligence compensation. Every year, hundreds of patients are put at risk by improper anaesthetics; as such, medical negligence compensation is essential.

Can I Claim Compensation for Poor Healing of Incisions?

If your healthcare professional has made poor-quality incisions which refuse to heal properly, you may be able to claim. You can make breast lift compensation claims for your pain and suffering. You may also be able to claim for psychological suffering.

Can I Claim Compensation for Breast Asymmetry?

If your breasts are asymmetrical following your surgery, you may be able to claim breast lift compensation. Asymmetrical breasts can lead to serious psychological problems, including a loss of self-confidence. As such, medical negligence compensation can be essential.

Are There Any Long-Term Symptoms of Breast Lift Surgery?

If anything does go wrong throughout the surgery, then breast lift operations can have long-term symptoms. These can include:

  • Nipple Loss / Nipple Tissue Death.
  • Excessive Scarring.
  • Fat Necrosis.
  • Serious Infections.
  • Difficulties with Breast Feeding.
  • Altered Nipple Sensations.
Can I Get a Breast Lift on the NHS?

If your uneven breasts are causing you psychological damage, then you may be able to get your breast lift on the NHS. Cosmetic surgery is not routinely provided, but this surgery can be provided to resolve psychological issues or other health conditions.

Does the NHS Provide Reconstructive Surgery?

While the NHS does not tend to provide cosmetic surgery, unless it is causing psychological issues, it will conduct reconstructive surgery. Whatever kind of cosmetic damage you’ve suffered, the NHS can deliver reconstructive and reparation surgeries.

What Can I Do to Recover from Breast Lift Surgery?

After the surgery, your operating surgeon should exam you to make sure that you’re eligible for discharge. When you are discharged, you should avoid physically strenuous activity for around three to four weeks. Full recovery should never take longer than a month.

Can I Claim for Breast Lift Compensation?

If you’ve suffered any medical negligence during your surgical procedure, then you will be able to claim for clinical negligence compensation. Any breast lift issues that you suffer are unlikely to be your fault.

Can I Claim for Elective Breast Compensation?

If you’ve undergone elective cosmetic surgery and suffered medical negligence, you can still claim for compensation. Your cosmetic surgery providers have a responsibility to make sure that you are fully informed. They have a duty of care to ensure that fully recover.

Who is Responsible for Breast Lift Compensation in the UK?

It is rare for the private surgery or the NHS surgeon to not be responsible for breast lift surgery negligence. If you follow the recovery plan that they provide post-surgery, and you fail to recover quickly, you will be entitled to compensation.

How Long Do I Have to Claim Breast Lift Compensation?

Following any kind of medical negligence case, you have up to three years to claim for medical negligence compensation. This should be enough time to understand any long-term symptoms or impacts the negligence has had on your health.

How Much Breast Lift Compensation Can I Claim Following Medical Negligence?

The amount of compensation that you receive following your breast lift claim will depend on the level of negligence displayed. Your pain and suffering will be considered, in addition to long-term health effects. Lost wages can will also be taken into account.

Any kind of medical negligence can cause long-term physical discomfort and psychological suffering. Thanks to the experienced legal team at Tylers Solicitors, you’ll be able to get the compensation that you deserve.

As part of your compensation for breast lift surgery negligence, you could receive money relating to:

  • Lost Wages.
  • Pain and Suffering.
  • Elective Reconstruction Surgery.

How Much Breast Lift Compensation Could I Receive Following Medical Negligence?

The compensation that you will be entitled to will depend on your suffering and the kind of negligence displayed. Following mastopexy surgery clinical negligence, you could claim for all kinds of injuries and issues.

Whether you’ve suffered your surgical injuries and medical negligence due to elective or necessary surgery, get in touch today. Our clinical negligence team can help you to get the compensation that you need to move on with your life. You can receive compensation for personal injury pain and suffering, lost wages and psychological trauma relating to clinical negligence.

Types of InjuryDescriptionAmount of Breast Lift Compensation
Pain and SufferingThe level of pain and suffering that you’ve been forced to undergo will determine the compensation you’re entitled to.£1,000 to £200,000.
Minor Psychological DamageIf the clinical negligence that you have experienced falls short of a phobia or specific disorder. However, this can include anxiety or minor mental health concerns.£1,170 to £4,450.
Moderate to Severe Psychological DamageWhen the psychological impact caused by these concerns develops into serious psychological conditions, including disorders and phobias. These can often involve severe anxiety and fear of medical professionals.£4,450 to £41,670.
Minor to Severe ScarringIf you’ve sustained serious scarring following your breast lift surgery, you will be entitled to compensation. Even minor, but still excessive scarring can be eligible for compensation.£1,800 to £79,700
Loss of Anticipated EarningsIf you lose wages, or your surgery leaves you unable to perform certain types of work in the future, then you will eligible for compensation regarding your lost earnings.£8,000 to £400,000.

Can I Claim Breast Lift Compensation for Any Clinical Negligence in the UK?

If you’ve suffered as the result of clinical negligence, get in touch with our experienced team today. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide comprehensive no-win, no-fee legal services. If you can attribute the blame directly to your medical practitioner, then you will be able to claim for compensation directly. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee services, you’ll be able to make compensation claims against the NHS and private healthcare providers.

Whether you’ve had to experience excessive pain and suffering due to the surgery, or any psychological issues, get in touch today. Our legal specialists can provide no-win, no-fee legal services across the country. You can get in touch with our team directly by calling us directly.

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Choose Tylers Solicitors for No-Win, No-Fee Breast Lift Compensation in the UK

Here at Tylers Solicitors, our experienced team can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services. If you’ve recently suffered any kind of medical or clinical negligence, get in touch with our experienced team today. We can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. If you’ve suffered any kind of medical negligence in the last three years, get in touch with our professional team today.

Over the years, our no-win, no-fee legal specialists have worked to help all kinds of clients get the compensation they are entitled to. Whether you’ve suffered physical scarring or psychological pain, get in touch with our team today. For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our legal specialists today.

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