Making a blepharoplasty claim
A blepharoplasty claim can be made where eyelid surgery has gone wrong, leaving the patient suffering physical or psychological problems. Contact us for a free case assessment and details of no win, no fee funding.
Eyelid surgery (which is known as blepharoplasty in the medical profession) involves cosmetic surgery to remove excess skin or fat from the eyelids. The procedure is normally carried out to improve the appearance of droopy or hooded eyelids or to remove eyebags.
When eyelid surgery goes wrong you can be left with a variety of problems, including impaired eyesight, drooping, scarring or an asymmetrical appearance.
There is always a risk with surgery, and these risks should be fully explored with you prior to the treatment taking place. If you were not fully informed of those risks or the procedure itself was not carried out correctly then you could be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries, together with any out of pocket expenses you incur. These might include lost earnings, medical fees and the cost of any revision surgery that you need to undergo to correct the surgical error.