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No Win No Fee Mole Removal Medical Negligence Solicitors 

Whether the surgery is completed on the NHS to remove a mole that could potentially be cancerous, or privately for aesthetic reasons or faster diagnosis and treatment, most people don’t consider mole removal to be a cosmetic surgery with many risks involved. 
 
The procedure can range from £500 to £3000 in cost, largely depending on the size, location, and volume of moles being removed. If you have undergone mole removal surgery that has gone wrong, or experienced any injuries or illnesses as a result of negligent mole removal surgery, such as burns, or excessive scarring, then you could be entitled to financial compensation through a personal injury medical negligence claim. Here at MG Legal, our expert personal injury solicitors can help to make your claim, on a No Win No Fee basis, with no financial risk to you. 
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Get in touch today to start your claim for personal injury compensation 
MG Legal accept all Personal Injury Compensation claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis and have a success rate of over 99% 
 
 

What can go wrong with a mole removal surgery? 

As previously mentioned, mole removal surgery is fairly low risk and non-invasive in comparison to most other cosmetic procedures. However, there are still things that can go wrong and problems that can emerge from the negligent actions of surgeons and medical professionals. Examples of these are:- 
 
Incomplete removal of the mole 
Removal of the wrong mole/moles 
Infections to the skin or surrounding area due to improper care or hygiene measures 
Excessive bleeding 
Burns or scars to the skin or surrounding area 

I have suffered injuries as a result of negligent mole removal. How do I make a claim? 

If you have undergone any kind of mole removal surgery, either privately or on the NHS, that took place here in the UK, then you could be entitled to financial compensation through a personal injury medical negligence claim. 
 
However, the process of making a claim can seem daunting to many of our clients at first. It can be difficult to establish whether or not you have a claim, and how to start the ball rolling. So, how do you make a personal injury claim? 
 
The best first step is always to talk to a legal professional and discuss your potential case, like our expert medical negligence personal injury solicitors. MG Legal are always available to discuss your case, decipher whether or not you have a potential claim, and assess and advise on what the next step in the process should be for your individual situation. If you want to speak to one of our expert medical negligent solicitors, contact us, here, for a no-obligation chat with one of our experts. 
 
We can guide and support you through the entire process, and assist you with every step. This ranges from the gathering of evidence, to formatting any paperwork and forms, to getting you in touch with an industry-leading medical examiner, if we feel that your claim would benefit from this. 
 
In doing so, we take all of the stress away from you regarding your personal injury claim, contacting you only for regular updates and when it is necessary for you to act in any way. Other than that we keep up to date and chase people down regarding your case, allowing you to focus on rebuilding your life and keeping up with your work and family responsibilities. 

How much is my mole removal personal injury claim worth? 

Within the world of personal injury compensation claims, it is impossible to offer a definite answer to how much a particular client’s claim is worth. Every injury is a different kind, severity, and happened in a slightly different way. Still, while there is, unfortunately, no concrete answer to exactly how much your claim may be worth, our expert medical negligence solicitors can offer some insightful guidance as to how much different injuries may achieve in general damages. 
 
When we say this, we mean the injury itself alone. However, this makes up only a proportion of the claim as a whole. Much of the financial compensation involved represents other costs known as special damages. See a full overview of general and special damages, here. 
 
Our local solicitors have made close reference to the existing guidance, in the form of the 15th edition of the Judicial College’s guidelines for general damages, to create the following table.  
Injury: 
Estimated compensation: 
Very severe scarring- where the claimant is fairly young (teens to early 30s) and the disfigurement and psychological impact is severe 
£27,940 to £91,350 
Less severe scarring- where the disfigurement is still substantial and the psychological response significant 
£16,860 to £45,440 
Significant scarring- where some cosmetic disability is present, and the psychological impact limited or has diminished 
£8,550 to £28,240 
Less significant scarring- where the scar or scars can be mainly camouflaged and the scars do not markedly affect the appearance of the claimant 
£3,710 to £12,900 
Trivial scarring- where the effect is minor in nature and appearence  
£1,600 to £3,310 

How long do I have to make a medical negligence claim? 

For all personal injury claims, medical negligence or otherwise, claimants have three years from the point at which they sustained their injuries to make a legal claim. When it comes to medical negligence and cosmetic surgery claims, it can generally be said that you have three years from the date at which you recognised and identified any injuries that you obtained as a result of your surgery. 
 
Still, there are a couple of exceptions in place to this rule, for both minors and those who are pursuing the claim on behalf of a loved one with limited mental capacity. In these cases, the general time limits do not apply. If you are in either of these situations, contact our expert local solicitors today, here, to discuss your options. 

How can MG Legal help me with my medical negligence mole removal surgery claim? 

If you have been subject to injuries of any kind as a result of medical negligence by a medical professional, you are entitled to make a personal injury claim for financial compensation for these injuries. 
 
Here at MG Legal, our expert medical negligence solicitors have been winning cases on behalf of clients for over thirty years, and have accumulated a success rate in excess of 99%. 
 
Because our team are so confident in their abilities to win your claim, as they have with thousands of similar claims, they operate on a No Win No Fee basis. This means that if they do not settle the claim and win financial compensation on behalf of our clients, then they do not get paid. 
 
Our team understand that making a claim can be a stressful experience for many of our clients, so we always ensure to be friendly, reliables and supportive. If you choose MG Legal for your claim, your designated personal injury solicitors will be available at any time to discuss your case or answer any question that you may have, and will get back to you within one working hour if you call the office. 
 
If you would like to speak to one of our specialist personal injury solicitors, get in touch, here, or at one of our offices in Garstang, Longridge, or Lancaster
Our specialised medical negligence solicitors have 30 years of experience in all aspects of medical negligence financial compensation claims, and have achieved a success rate of over 99%. Click below to learn more about what our expert medical negligence solicitors do, and why they are the right team for you. 

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A mole removal case study: 

Our team of medical negligence solicitors have recently settled a mole removal personal injury case on behalf of a client who received in excess of £20,000 in financial compensation. 
 
Our client, Mr L, underwent a privately funded cosmetic mole removal procedure to remove a large cluster of moles from his torso. 
 
While there are a number of different methods for mole removal, Mr L was undergoing a freezing process, in which non-cancerous moles and frozen off the skin using liquid nitrogen. This process is known as cryotherapy. This is one of the less-invasive methods, and is generally low risk. However, during the procedure, the medical professional involved left the freezing agent on Mr L’s skin for too long, causing pain, blisters, and swelling to the area. 
 
After taking on the case on a No Win No Fee basis, our local personal injury solicitors specialising in medical negligence, began working to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident and whether there had been negligent action by a medical professional. Mr L’s personal solicitor here at MG Legal felt comfortable in establishing that there had in fact been acts of medical negligence, and that the medical professional involved was at fault for the incident. 
 
We identified numerous negligent actions on their behalf, including exposing our client to a foreseeable risk of injury and failing to properly use the equipment. After establishing these mistakes, our solicitors set to work on collecting and recording all of the costs that Mr L had suffered from as a result of his injuries. These included prescription charges, travel expenses, and miscellaneous expenses. 
 
After this, our expert medical negligence solicitors contacted a specialist Burns and Plastic Surgery Prosthetist, so that the skin expert could prepare a medico-legal report, detailing the nature, and longevity of our Mr L’s injuries, sustained as a result of the doctor’s medical negligence. The skin expert’s report was arranged and paid for by MG Legal, meaning that it was of no extra cost or concern for our client, and the report was sent to the negligent medical practitioner’s insurers, so 
that settlement negotiations for our client’s claim for medical negligence could commence. 
 
Due to the strength of the client's injury claim, our personal injury solicitors had no problem in obtaining admission of liability straight away. This left our expert personal injury solicitors to quantify the appropriate amount of financial compensation for both general and special damages. 
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