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Dermal filler gone wrong injury claims. 

Face fillers are a common beauty treatment, and as with any other treatment, such as botox, firbroblast procedures, and eyebrow tinting, things can go wrong.  
If you have suffered an injury due to negligence in the dermal filler process, botched lip filler, or any form of dermal filler gone wrong you are able to make a personal injury claim.  
MG Legal have a team of personal injury specialist solicitors, including experts in beauty treatment, who can help you recover the maximum compensation, all on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. 
Contact us today to start your claim for personal injury compensation 
MG Legal's team of solicitors accept all Personal Injury claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis and have an impressive success rate in exces of 99% 

How do I make a claim for dermal filler gone wrong? 

If you suffer any kind of adverse reaction or result from a dermal filler treatment, or a lip filler treatment gone wrong, you can make a claim if it happened because of negligence on the part of the beauty therapist or if you were not advised of the potential risks of the procedure. Commonly the risks of facial filler and dermal filler treatment are listed in a consent form which you sign prior to starting the treatment. 
If any proven negligence results in an injury, you are entitled to claim personal injury compensation, including a sum of money for any pain and suffering you have experienced and also reimbursement or compensation for additional costs (medical expenses or travel costs) or monies you have not received (most commonly lost earnings) to ensure you are not out of pocket at the end of a claim. For a full overview of general and special damages, see here. 
You can make a claim any time up to three years from the date of the procedure. However, we do advise that you start your claim as soon as possible because evidence can become lost, the beauty therapist or salon may close or move to a new, unknown location, making it hard to present the claim and in general. 

Have you been injured in the last three years? 

 MG Legal’s personal injury team have a success rate in excess of 99%, and settle thousands of personal injury claims every year. Click below to learn more about our solicitors, and why they are the best solicitors for you.  


What kind of injuries does botched lip filler, or other dermal filler gone wrong cause? 

Dermal fillers gone wrong can cause many injuries, although the most common are: 
• Infection 
• Bruising 
• Irritated skin, causing swelling, itching and rashes 
• Filler “migrating” from the treated area 
• Lumpy or deformed skin 
• Allergic reactions 
• Necrotised (dead) skin, blindness and embolism are all more serious, although less  
common injuries 
If you have suffered any of the reactions listed above, or any other symptom, as a result of negligent dermal filler treatment, or botched filler, then speak to the personal injury specialists at MG Legal and we will discuss your potential case, with a view to accepting your claim on a no win, no fee basis. 

How much is my botched dermal filler claim worth? 

When our specialist beauty treatment personal injury solicitors speak to potential clients about their claims, they often hear the same question, ‘How much compensation will I receive?’. It is an important question to ask, but often a difficult one to answer exactly. 
There are a number of different variables involved such as your unique injury, the psychological impact that it has had on you, and how much it has impacted your daily work and life. 
In the table below is an estimation of the amount of financial compensation that different injuries from a botched dermal filler could achieve, without taking into consideration extra re-payments such as care costs or lost earning. See more on this here. 
Description of injuries: 
Expected financial compensation: 
Very severe facial scarring- where the effect is disfiguring and the psychological impact large. 
£27,940 to £91,350 
Less severe facial scarring- where the disfigurement is less, but still substantial. 
£16,860 to £45,440 
Less significant facial scarring- where all bar one of the scars can be camouflaged, or where there are numerous small-sized scars leaving the overall effect to the appearance, and the psychological effect, to be less. 
£3,710 to £12,900 
Trivial scarring- Where the effect on the face is mild. 
£1600 to £3,310 

How do I start my claim for dermal filler gone wrong? 

Simply get in touch with MG Legal by phone, email or web-contact form and we will make sure you speak to a specialist personal injury solicitor straight away.  
At MG Legal, we don’t operate via agents or a call centre and so, when you contact us, you speak directly to people who will be involved in your case. We have tailor-made claim forms for every type of case to keep paperwork to a minimum and to ensure that from the start, we have the information we need from you. We will have a clear, concise Client Care Letter sent out to you, setting out the claim and how we will run it so that you know exactly what to expect. We work hard for each client and because we work on a Conditional Fee (no win no fee) agreement, we ensure that every case that can be, is successful and our success rate of over 99% speaks for itself. Contact MG Legal, specialist beauty treatment solicitors today, and we will get the ball rolling straight away. 

How can MG Legal’s NO WIN NO FEE beauty treatment negligence solicitors help me with my claim for financial compensation? 

If you have suffered from dermal filer gone wrong, and are wondering, ‘can I make a claim for dermal filler?’, then our team of specialist beauty treatment solicitors are here to help. 
Simply get in touch today, here, and a member of our team will be back in touch within one working hour for a no-obligation discussion of your potential claim. 
Otherwise, if you live locally, then come and see us in one of our office locations in Lancaster, Longridge, or Garstang for the surrounding Preston area. 

How do you go about proving negligence in beauty treatment claims? 

When it comes to proving that somebody had acted negligently in their work, or what they have done, there are essentially two key steps that have to be followed and met for the claim process to flow sucessfully.  
It will need to be established that: 
There was a breach of duty (this is the ‘fault’ or ‘blame’ in the form of negligence) by the person completing the treatment. 
This negligent action can be undoubtedly proven to be the cause of the injury or illness at hand. Essentially that you can prove the treatment as the ‘causation’ of your injury. 
Our specialist beauty claims solicitors are experts at knowing how best to safely establish these necessary things in each and every claim. Get in touch today to discuss your unique claim with MG Legal. 
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