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Our experience means we are consistently in “The Legal 500 – the client’s guide to the UK legal profession” and the “Chambers UK - client guide to the legal profession”.

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Thousands of procedures are carried out every year sometimes because people choose to enhance their appearance and on other occasions surgery is required for medical reasons. Occasionally problems can occur on which we are happy to advise.

Related Case Studies


Inappropriate face lift surgery

Miss W wanted to change the positioning of her eyebrows. The surgeon performed a partial face lift which was inappropriate in someone of her age and left her with avoidable scarring and hair loss. The claim settled in the sum of £45,000.

Acting Solicitor: Sara Westwood

Unnecessary further surgery

Mrs K had a biopsy for two suspicious lesions on her top lip. The laboratory muddled her results with the outcome she had unnecessary further surgery to one of the lesions causing avoidable scarring. Her case settled for £4,500.

Acting Solicitor: David Jones

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In effect it is imposing on the parties a duty to mediate. There are a long line of cases setting out that failures to agree to medication can mean a winner does not get all his costs, or a loser has to pay even more costs.

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Duty of Care – What does it mean?

Duty of Care – What does it mean?

A Solicitor owes his client the duty to exercise the reasonable care and skill to be expected of a Solicitor

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