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What is a CoolSculpting gone wrong injury claim? 

A CoolSculpting gone wrong claim is a legal claim for financial compensation. It is made when a CoolSculpting treatment gone wrong, caused by the negligence of the beauty practitioner, causes injury to the customer. 
 
These CoolSculpting gone wrong claims can be made with specialist beauty negligence solicitors, such as MG Legal. 

How can coolsculpting go wrong? 

Here at MG Legal, our team of coolsculpting gone wrong solicitors often work with clients, and speak to potential coolsculpting gone wrong clients, who have been left extremely upset after suffering from coolsculpting gone wrong. Recently, our specialist solicitors spoke to a coolsculpting gone wrong client who had excitedly undergone coolsculpting treatment hoping to shed some of the excess skin on her stomach area. However, she was left feeling very upset after her stomach had swollen after the coolsculpting gone wrong, and she had suffered from what she thought to be PAH. 
 
When patients are suffering from PAH after coolsculpting gone wrong, they should be entitled to free financial compensation from the manufacturing company in order to pay for the treatment necessary to treat this, whether it be liposuction or a tummy tuck surgery. However, this is often not as simple as it seems, and many people struggle to obtain this money or don’t know where to start. Instead, the easier option is to work with our coolsculpting gone wrong solicitors, and make a no win no fee claim for financial compensation if you have suffered from PAH after coolsculpting gone wrong and were not warned of the associated risks. 
 
Another coolsculpting gone wrong client got in touch with our solicitors after she suffered burns to the skin after coolsculpting gone wrong when her treatment was carried out by a practitioner who did not have the adequate training for the treatment. She suffered from painful hyperpigmentation and burns to the skin that the treatment was carried out on, and later realised that the lady who performed her treatment did not have any relevant training or qualifications in coolsculpting fat freezing. She then came to MG Legal to make a no win no fee coolsculpting gone wrong claim for her injuries with a specialist solicitor. 
 
Our coolsculpting gone wrong solicitors would also advise any potential coolsculpting gone wrong clients that they could make a no win no fee claim if the practitioner failed to provide adequate aftercare advice for the treatment, which led to injuries of any kind. 
 
If you believe your beauty practitioner has failed to provide aftercare instructions for your coolsculpting gone wrong, or has done anything else that you believe has caused injury after your treatment, do not hesitate to get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment solicitors for a no-nonsense discussion about how we can help you with your no win no fee coolsculpting gone wrong claim. 

Is CoolSculpting safe? 

CoolSculpt is a non-invasive beauty treatment, meaning that it has lower risk involved than more invasive cosmetic procedures. Still, this does not mean that it is completely safe. 
 
Some of the common side effects of CoolSculpting include: 
 
Muscle cramping 
 
Skin sensitivity 
 
Tenderness 
 
Stringing 
 
Numbness 
 
Tingling 
 
Redness 
 
Bruising 
 
Minor swelling 
 
Pinching sensation 
 
Firmness 
 
Many of these side effects are mild in nature, and should clear up after few days. However, if your side effects persist beyond the estimated time-scale provided by the practitioner, it could be a sign of CoolSculpting gone wrong
 
In recent news, model Linda Evangelista has suffered from CoolSculpting gone wrong, and claims that she has been left 'permanently deformed' as a result. She developed Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia as a result of her treatment, a rare condition seeing the growth of fatty tissue around the treated area, and claims she was not alerted to the risks before undergoing the treatment. See more on this here. 

Am I eligible to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim? 

When it comes to making a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim, the goal of the claim is to prove that the beauty practitioner acted negligently, and that this negligence led directly to the injury of you as the customer. Some examples of acts of negligence leading to successful CoolSculpting gone wrong claims, include: 
 
 
 
Inadequate aftercare and advice being offered to the customer, leading to injury or illness after the treatment 
 
Provided that it can be proved that an act as negligence, either mentioned above or in another form, was carried out in the CoolSculpting gone wrong, and that this led to your injuries, you could well be eligible to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim. For more information on your specific claim, contact our beauty negligence solicitors here for a free, no-obligation discussion. 

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Who should avoid CoolSculpting? 

CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment is a fairly safe and effective treatment, which allows people to reduce their body fat, but despite the treatment being non-invasive, there are some people who should avoid CoolSculpting and should not get CoolSculpting treatment done. 
 
If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you should avoid CoolSculpting: 
 
 
 
 
All of these blood related health conditions can be affected by CoolSculpting, and can cause serious complications for these people. 
 
If you have any of these conditions, and were offered CoolSculpting treatment without being warned of the risks involved, or without being asked a out your medical history or existing health conditions, you could be eligible to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation. 
 
To learn more about making a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with our beauty negligence solicitors, then simply contact us online today here and speak to a solicitor the same working day. 

Do I have to sign a consent form before my CoolSculpting treatment? 

The short answer to this question is yes. Before undergoing any treatment, such a CoolSculpting, you should be given a consent form to sign and fill in, giving you more information on the procedure, potential side-effects, and the risks involved. 
 
One big problem in the CoolSculpting industry is that many providers of the treatment have not conducted the necessary research themselves, and are therefore not fully aware of the risk of PAH associated with the treatment, and do not inform their patients of this risk. 
 
This alone creates grounds for a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim to be made against either the medical practitioner, or the manufacturer of the product if they did not disclose the risk associated with the machine or equipment. If you did not sign a consent form warning you of the risks involved in CoolSculpting, including the risk of PAH, and you go on to develop PAH or be injured in any other way, you could make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with our specialist solicitors for financial compensation. Contact us online today here to speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 
 
For more information on signing a consent form, see this here. 

I got PAH from CoolSculpting gone wrong, who is liable for my injuries? 

If you have experienced PAH, or been injured in any other way from your CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment, there are a number of different parties involved who might be liable for your injuries. 
 
If you have had to go through surgery to fix your CoolSculpting gone wrong, or suffered any other injuries as a result, you could claim financial compensation through a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with our specialist solicitors. 
 
In order to learn more about your potential CoolSculpting gone wrong claim, who is liable for your injuries, and how much you might be entitled to in financial compensation, simply contact our CoolSculpting gone wrong solicitors online here for a free, no obligation consultation. 

Growing revelations about PAH ‘stick of butter’ after CoolSculpting gone wrong: 

The PAH ‘stick of butter’ effect after CoolSculpting gone wrong is becoming much more widely discussed in the press and the mainstream media. A large article on Business Insider was published last month, providing further research and insight into PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong. Across the globe, over 11 million CoolSculpting procedures have been carried out, with varying results and varying quality of treatment. With limited regulation on CoolSculpting, the treatment is carried out by everything from medical specialists, such as plastic surgeons, to unqualified beauticians working at medical spas. 
 
According to RealSelf.com, CoolSculpting was the 5th most popular beauty treatment searched on the internet in the last year. On the same site, the treatment has a ‘worth it’ rating of 73%, meaning that almost 3 in every 4 people who have the CoolSculpting treatment done believe that it was worth the money that they spent. With the PAH ‘stick of butter’ effect being largely unreported on after CoolSculpting gone wrong, many doctors and practitioners carrying out the treatment are dismissive towards patients who have experienced the effects. 
 
The ‘shapes of lumpy deposits of tissue’ are upsetting for patients who are often left feeling like they appear to have gained weight, rather than lost body fat, due to their CoolSculpting gone wrong. Of the 5 people involved in the article on Business Insider, 4 had undergone further treatment to rectify the CoolSculpting gone wrong, but none of them felt that the CoolSculpting gone wrong had been fully fixed. 
 
One of the major problems identified in the article regarding CoolSculpting gone wrong, is the process for reporting PAH and injuries after CoolSculpting gone wrong. When things go wrong patients simply reach out to their provider, who then reaches out to the manufacturer regarding the CoolSculpting gone wrong. This makes it difficult for those suffering from PAH to rectify the issue without taking legal action with our specialist solicitors. 
 
If you are struggling to obtain justice for your CoolSculpting gone wrong, and have been unable to resolve the issue with the beautician, then the next step is to reach out to our specialist CoolSculpting gone wrong solicitors about your potential no win no fee claim. 

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Types Of Fat Freezing Injury Claims: 

There are a number of Fat Freezing injury claims that can be made for CoolSculpting gone wrong
 
 
These include: 
 
Coolsculpting gone wrong fat freezing claims for not receiving the correct aftercare 
 
Coolsculpting gone wrong fat freezing claims for not being warned of the risks involved of injury 
 
Coolsculpting gone wrong fat freezing claims when defective, damaged, or unhygienic equipment was used for your treatment 

Coolsculpting gone wrong on stomach: 

Instead of going through an invasive and painful tummy tuck to remove the excess fat on the stomach, more people are now opting for the non-invasive CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment, hoping to remove some of the stubborn areas of fat on the stomach. 
 
CoolSculpting on the stomach or abdominal area is not a weight-loss fix, but more a way of freezing a small, stubborn area of fat that is likely to hang over trousers and clothing. Depending on how much fat people are trying to remove through the CoolSculpting, they might have to go through multiple rounds of CoolSculpting treatment, which is considered to be completely safe. 
 
Still, while the stomach and abdominal area are one of the most popular for people to get CoolSculpting treatment, it is also one of the most common areas for Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia after their fat freezing CoolSculpting treatment, and the area where the effects of PAH can be most prominent and obvious. 
 
Developing PAH on the stomach or abdominal area after CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment can be extremely upsetting for those affected. This is made worse by the fact that PAH cannot be reversed, and the only way to treat it is to go through an invasive surgical tummy tuck procedure, which is the very thing most people are trying to avoid when opting for the CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment. This can often require multiple surgeries, including abdominoplasty and liposuction. 

Medical professionals speaking out about the risks associated with fat freezing treatments: 

With the growing concerns over the safety of CoolSculpting and other fat freezing treatments, world-leading surgeons are now beginning to speak out and warn people of the risks involved. A prominent surgeon, Dr Jonquille Chantrey, has recently spoken out about the number of corrective surgeries she is having to carry out on clients who have been left with scars and other injuries as a result. 
 
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons has also began speaking out about the worrying injuries associated with fat freezing treatments, and say that their speaking out was prompted by the increased coverage of the concerns after model Linda Evangelista spoke out about her experience. The Association has revealed that they have carried out a three-year audit into the problems associated with CoolSculpting and other fat freezing treatments.  
 
The results of this audit were shocking, with 13 of those involved in the study having to undergo liposuction or other further surgeries to correct injuries, scars, and problems caused by their fat freezing treatment gone wrong. The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons has also spoken out about the damage being caused by celebrity and influence endorsements of treatments they have done no medical research into or even had done themselves, by doctors they know nothing about. 
 
With the growing culture of CoolSculpting and other fat freezing and body contouring treatments being promoted and endorsed across social media platforms, the interest in the treatments is set to continue to increase, despite the associated risks. 

Linda Evangelista speaks out for the first time after coolsculpting gone wrong: 

Speaking to the press for the first time since last September, when she revealed that her CoolSculpting had gone wrong and left her unrecognisable. When speaking for People magazine, Evangelista admitted that 'She doesn't even like to look in the mirrors” after what she has been through. Our CoolSculpting gone wrong solicitors previously discussed the fact that Linda Evangelista had filed a $50 million lawsuit against Zeltiq Aesthetics, the maker of CoolSculpting, alleging the procedure caused her to suffer disfigurement, pain, severe emotional distress and economic losses that have rendered her unemployable. 
 
Evangelista developed paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH), a problem that can occur as a result of CoolSculpting, and one that our CoolSculpting gone wrong solicitors know all too well from our clients. When speaking of the fat deposits that she has been left with due to PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong, Evangelista told the magazine that 'The bulges are protrusions. And they're hard. If I walk without a girdle in a dress, I will have chafing to the point of almost bleeding. Because it's not like soft fat rubbing, it's like hard fat rubbing' she said. 
 
After learning of the CoolSculpting gone wrong that the model has experienced, the owner of the CoolSculpting procedure said “Allergan Aesthetics does not comment on ongoing litigation... CoolSculpting has been well studied with more than 100 scientific publications and more than 11 million treatments performed worldwide.” CoolSculpting is undeniably a popular treatment, and our CoolSculpting gone wrong solicitors regularly work with clients who have suffered injuries as a result of CoolSculpting gone wrong.  
 
If you believe your beauty practitioner has failed to provide aftercare instructions for your coolsculpting gone wrong, or has done anything else that you believe has caused injury after your treatment, do not hesitate to get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment solicitors for a no-nonsense discussion about how we can help you with your no win no fee coolsculpting gone wrong claim
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What is paradoxical adipose hyperplasia after CoolSculpting gone wrong? (with photos) 

A potential complication that can occur during CoolSculpting gone wrong, is known as paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH). PAH after CoolSculpting is the paradoxical overgrowth of fatty tissue around the area treated during the CoolSculpting gone wrong. 
 
The affected area can become hardened and enlarged, in a similar shape to the CoolSculpting treatment applicator. See the images below for reference, from: Barbie's Beauty Bits 
Images from: Barbie's Beauty Bits 

CoolSculpting gone wrong, what now? 

If you have been injured as a result of CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment, do not hesitate to get in touch with our beauty negligence solicitors about your potential no win no fee CoolSculpting gone wrong claim. 
 
When you make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with MG Legal, you could be able to recover financial compensation for your injuries, and any other money you have spent or lost out on as a result of your CoolSculpting gone wrong. Contact our team of no win no fee solicitors online here for a free no-obligation consultation with a solicitor within one working hour. 

Can I have more CoolSculpting fat freezing to treat PAH? 

When doctors and practitioners experience patients who develop PAH after CoolSculpting treatment, many of them advise the patients simply to go through more rounds of CoolSculpting to treat the problem. However, many medical professionals warn that this is not a recommended situation worse. 
 
As mentioned above, the only treatment for PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong that is widely successful is liposuction surgery. If your doctor has simply recommended further CoolSculpting treatment, or is not offering you any help or assistance, you could be able to make a CoolSculpting injury claim against either them or the manufacturer or the CoolSculpting treatment and equipment. 

I was not warned about the risks of PAH before my CoolSculpting treatment: 

With any treatment that you have, you should be asked to sign a consent form before having the treatment carried out, and should be warned of the risks and side effects involved with the treatment. While the real risk of PAH after CoolSculpting is still not completely known in the medical community, with different studies producing different results, you should be warned that there is some degree of risk of developing PAH before your CoolSculpting fat freezing is carried out. 
 
If you have suffered injuries after CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment, and were not warned of the risks, or asked to sign a consent form, before your treatment, you could make a CoolSculpting gone wrong injury claim with MG Legal today. Simply contact us online here for a free no obligation discussion with a specialist no win no fee solicitor within one working hour. 

What causes PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong? 

It is still not clear, even to doctors, why PAH developed as an effect of CoolSculpting gone wrong in some people.  
 
Our CoolSculpting injury claims solicitors are aware of some new reports emerging suggesting that men are more likely than women to experience PAH in CoolSculpting gone wrong, suggesting that 55% of patients who suffer from PAH are men, despite making up only 15% of CoolSculpting patients. 
 
Still, while doctors warn that there is no way for them to detect PAH in patients after CoolSculpting treatment, they have a responsibility to warn all patients of the risks involved in the CoolSculpting procedure, including properly warning them of the risk of paradoxical adipose hyperplasia occurring after their CoolSculpting treatment. 
 
If you have had CoolSculpting gone wrong, and experienced paradoxical adipose hyperplasia after your treatment, but were not warned of the risks involved beforehand, you could be able to make a NO WIN NO FEE CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with out specialist solicitors.  
 
Simply contact us online, here, to speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 

How common is PAH after CoolSculpting? 

Because of this effect, paradoxical adipose hyperplasia after CoolSculpting has become known as a ‘stick of butter’ side effect, and studies have found that the side effect might happen to around 1 in 125 people who have CoolSculpting gone wrong. 
 
With CoolSculpting being quite new to the market, there is little concrete evidence of the risks involved, and how likely it is that you might experience these side effects. 
 
To learn more about how we can help you make a fat freezing injury claim for CoolSculpting gone wrong, do not hesitate to reach out to our specialist beauty negligence solicitors today. 

Does paradoxical adipose hyperplasia go away after CoolSculpting gone wrong? 

One of the biggest worries regarding PAH, and its appearance after CoolSculpting gone wrong, is that there is currently no perfect solution for PAH. Many people who experience CoolSculpting gone wrong and are left with paradoxical adipose hyperplasia are desperate to reverse the effects, with many being left looking larger rather than skinnier. 
 
Some women opt to go for liposuction, or even a tummy tuck, as a way to treat the PAH and the affected area, but this is not ideal, as it means going through the surgical treatment that women try to avoid by having CoolSculpting or fat freezing treatment done. 

Is there a treatment for PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong? 

Bruising, redness, and swelling are completely normal side effects of CoolSculpting fat freezing treatment. However, when the side effects of CoolSculpting go past this, and patients develop PAH. One plastic surgeon has said that PAH ‘happens more commonly in men than women’, and one said that once a patient has PAH, ‘non-invasive treatments will not help at this point’. 
 
So, how do you treat PAH after CoolSculpting? The most common option for treatment after developing PAH from CoolSculpting gone wrong is liposuction. This can be extremely disheartening for patients who have opted for CoolSculpting fat freezing due to it being advertised as a non-invasive treatment. If you are looking to have liposuction to treat PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong, you will need to wait for at least six to nine months until the fat deposits caused by the PAH has softened enough to be removed safely. 
 
One of the major concerns for patients needing liposuction to reverse the effects of PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong is the costs involved. Patients have been left with surgery bills of over £20,000 by the end of the process, and many people simply cannot afford this. It is for this very reason that many people get in touch with our CoolSculpting injury solicitors at MG Legal, and choose to work with us to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim to recover the financial compensation to pay for their corrective treatment. 

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What to do after suffering PAH after CoolSculpting: 

If you have suffered from PAH, or any other side effect after CoolSculpting gone wrong, you might be eligible to make a fat freezing injury claim for CoolSculpting gone wrong. When you have fat freezing CoolSculpting treatment, you should always be warned of the risks involved, and any potential side effects, including PAH. When this does not happen, and the practitioner carrying out your fat freezing CoolSculpting does not warn you of the potential risks, it is possible to make a fat freezing claim for any injuries or illness that you do suffer as a result of your treatment. 
 
 
If you are suffering from PAH after CoolSculpting, and are looking at making a fat freezing CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation, then MG Legal are here to help. Our team of friendly solicitors accept all claims on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, can be contacted online here for a free, no-obligation chat with a specialist solicitor about your potential claim. 

How much does it cost to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim? 

MG Legal’s beauty negligence solicitors accept all of our CoolSculpting gone wrong claims on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. This allows our clients to enter into the process and make their CoolSculpting gone wrong claim at no financial risk, and means that if we don’t win financial compensation on your behalf, you don’t owe us a penny. 
 
To learn more about our NO WIN NO FEE agreement, see this here, or contact ur here to speak to a solicitor about how the claims process will work. 

What can I claim for in a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim? 

When you make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation, your claim will be broken down into two parts, general and special damages. See a full and comprehensive of these, here. 
 
The general damages of your CoolSculpting gone wrong claim covers: 
 
The pain and suffering of your injuries 
 
The special damages of your CoolSculpting gone wrong claim covers: 
 
Lost earnings 
 
Potential lost earnings 
 
Travel costs asocial with your CoolSculpting gone wrong 
 
Medical costs from your CoolSculpting gone wrong 

How much is my CoolSculpting gone wrong claim worth? 

The special damages aspect of your CoolSculpting gone wrong claim, as discussed above, will be worked out on an individual basis, by your designated beauty negligence solicitor. This amount often makes up the large majority of beauty negligence claims. 
 
In terms of general damages, these are calculated using the relevant guidelines, and are based on the type and severity of your injuries. Our beauty negligence solicitors have put together the following table using common CoolSculpting gone wrong injuries: 
Injury: 
Potential compensation: 
Facial scarring- where the disfigurement is substantial and there is a significant psychological reaction 
£16,860 to £45,440 
Less significant scarring- where there is but one scar that can be camouflaged and covered up 
£3,710 to £12,900 
A single noticeable scar, or several superficial scars. 
£2,220 to £7,350 
Severe prolonged pain- where symptoms persist after treatment period, and affect a patient's ability to work. 
£39,530 to £59,110 
Moderate pain disorder- ranging from cases where symptoms are ongoing but to a lesser degree than above, to where a recovery, or near recovery, is made up to a few years after. 
£19,770 to £36,120 
More minor injuries where a full recovery is able to be made within three months. 
£1,290 to £2,300 
Minor injuries in which a full recovery is possible within 28 days. 
£650 to £1,290 

How to start a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim: 

If you believe that you have suffered from an injury due to a CoolSculpting gone wrong, and are wanting to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim, the first step is to get in touch with a specialist beauty negligence solicitor, such as MG Legal, to see whether you have a valid CoolSculptingi gone wrong claim. 
 
After establishing the strength of your potential claim, a good beauty negligence solicitor will then gather all of the relevant information involved in your potential claim, and advise you as to the first steps that need to be taken to build your NO WIN NO FEE CoolSculpting gone wrong claim. 
 
Our no win no fee solicitors work with the best medical experts in their field, from plastic surgeons to dermatologists, to obtain full medical reports of your injuries, and combining this with relevant legal expertise and evidence to create a strong and robust CoolSculpting gone wrong claim. 

What can lead to a CoolSculpting gone wrong injury claim: 

Our specialist CoolSculpting gone wrong injury solicitors regularly hear from clients who have had different experiences with their CoolSculpting gone wrong, leading to a CoolSculpting gone wrong injury claim. Some of the experiences that our clients have had during their CoolSculpting treatment, leading to them seeking our legal assistance to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial 
compensation, include: 
 
One client was left feeling that she looked pregnant after suffering PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong. She was not warned of the potential of PAH occurring as a result of her CoolSculpting treatment, and therefore was able to pursue a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim against the practitioner who carried out the treatment. 
 
Another client contacted us after suffering from PAH after CoolSculpting gone wrong, for which she had to seek further treatment, in the form of invasive liposuction from another plastic surgeon to reverse the effects. This was a long and painful process for her, and was the very thing that she was trying to avoid when she opted for the non-surgical CoolSculpting fat freezing. She is now making a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim, and as part of this is claiming back the money she has had to spend on further treatment. 
 
One client was left feeling ‘emotionally drained’ and ‘humiliated’ with the long-term effects of PAH after her CoolSculpting gone wrong. After informing us that she was not warned of this being a possibility, or asked to provide any medical history or background to see whether she was eligible for the treatment, she is now making a CoolSculpting gone wrong for financial compensation. 
 
With news recently making headlines of model Linda Evangelista suffering from PAH after her CoolSculpting gone wrong, and how it has affected her life, it is now becoming clear that there could also be grounds to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim against the manufacturer of the machine and equipment for not making the risks associated with their product clear, and is seeking to recover the costs associated with correcting her PAH through further treatment and surgery. 
 
If you have been injured in any way from CoolSculpting gone wrong, whether faulty equipment was used, or you were simply not warned of the potential risks involved, you could be eligible to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim with our specialist solicitors. Contact us online today to speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 

CoolSculpting gone wrong chin: 

One of the most common areas to have CoolSculpting, and the most common areas where the treatment can go wrong, is on the chin area. Many people have CoolSculpting done on the chin in hopes of reducing fat on the chin area, and eliminating a ‘double chin’ look. 
 
While the majority of people who get CoolSculpting done on the chin are happy with the results, and 82% of people would recommend it to a friend, some customers suffer from a strange bulging of the fat area, rather than it shrinking, which is known as paradoxical adipose hyperplasia, or PAH for short. 
This is a very real risk associated with CoolSculpting, and is part of the risks that customers should be warned of before the treatment when they are asked to sign a consent form for the CoolSculpting of the chin. If you have suffered from CoolSculpting gone wrong of the chin, in this way or any other way, and have suffered injuries as a result, you could make a CoolSculpting gone wrong chin claim with MG Legal’s beauty negligence solicitors. Get in touch online, here, to learn more about making a CoolSculpting gone wrong chin clam. 

How long do I have to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong injury claim? 

As with all personal injury claims, the amount of time that you have within which to make your CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation is governed by the Limitation Act of 1980. Under this Act, you have three years from the date at which the negligence occurred causing your CoolSculpting gone wrong to make a CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation. 
 
This may seem like a long period of time, but no two claims are the same, and there is no telling how long it will take your designated solicitor to build your CoolSculpting gone wrong claim to be as strong as possible to obtain the maximum compensation for you as our client. 

Make a NO WIN NO FEE CoolSculpting gone wrong claim for financial compensation: 

If you have suffered from injuries from coolsculpting gone wrong, such as burns, hypertrophied skin, or PAH, and wish to make a personal injury claim for financial compensation due to beauty negligence, then MG Legal are here to help. Our specialist team have over 30 years of experience, and have successfully won compensation for a number of clients just like you. If your CoolSculpting gone wrong has caused you injury of any kind, contact our team, here, for a no-obligation discussion of your case. 
 
If we decide to accept your coolsculpting gone wrong claim, we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, as we do with all of our personal injury claims. Our team are able to do this with confidence, thanks to their success rate of over 99% across all kinds of personal injury compensation claims. If you’ve been injured from CoolSculpting gone wrong, do not hesitate, and contact us today, here, to get your claim started the same day. 
No Win No Fee Coolsculpting Gone Wrong Claims Across England and Wales: 
No matter where you are injured from coolsculpting gone wrong across England and Wales, MG Legal's Beauty Negligence Solicitors are here to help you to achieve the financial compensation that you deserve. 
 
For a free, no-obligation consultation with a personal injury solicitor, contact us online here. Or give us a call on 01772 783314 
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