Why is Botox negligence becoming more common, and how to start a successful claim?

With the rise of societal pressures and social media, botox procedure negligence is becoming more common than before. Everyone deserves to feel confident in their own body, and cosmetic negligence can be truly traumatising and stressful to anyone. Botox is a form of non-surgical cosmetic treatment that individuals use to achieve tighter, wrinkle-free skin. The rise of popularity of botox and lack of adequate regulations leads to the rise in the number of complications that have taken place after a botox procedure. 

If you have experienced negligence during your Botox cosmetic procedure, we highly advise that you contact one of our experienced solicitors at Solicitors On Your Side. 

What can go wrong during botox? 

Botox can be a complicated procedure and must be carried out by a highly trained cosmetic professional to ensure that injections are carried out correctly. If you have received treatment below the expected standard or received illegal procedures; you may be eligible for compensation. 

All medical procedures can come with unavoidable complications or side effects that the patient must be informed of, however, if the complications occur from negligent treatment, you will be eligible to claim compensation for the damages faced. Some common effects of botox such as scarring, numbness and swelling should clear up within 5 – 14 days, which shouldn’t be a cause of concern. 

However, when a procedure has been carried out negligently, patients may face side effects such as nerve damage, bleeding, very severe headaches and even loss of speech. The most common mistakes made during botox procedures include: 

  • Injecting botox in the wrong place. 
  • Injecting more botox than required. 
  • Unnecessary scarring due to negligence. 
  • Failing to warn the patient of common risks. 
  • Using unsanitised equipment leads to infections. 

These are just the most common types of negligence botox procedures. If you have faced any form of negligence, we highly advise that you contact one of our experienced solicitors at Solicitors On Your Side; to get the highest possible compensation for the damages that you have faced. 

We can help 

We understand that facing medical negligence can be an extremely traumatising and stressful experience to anyone, this is why our experienced injury solicitors will ensure that you get fair compensation for your damages. Negligence may not also impact you physically, but also cause psychological harm, and may impact you financially.

Financial loss can occur when you have faced negligence and had to pay extra to get the mistakes fixed by a different medical professional. To start a successful claim and discover your possible options, contact our experienced solicitors now. 

How much compensation will I get?

Usually, the amount of compensation depends on how much damage you have faced due to negligence. Damage can be physical, mental and even financial. The best way to find out how much compensation you may get is by contacting Solicitors On Your Side now. Our experienced solicitors in medical negligence will help you to get the highest possible compensation in the most stress-free and easy way.

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