Labiaplasty compensation claims
If you have experienced issues following labiaplasty surgery (also known as vaginoplasty surgery) and believe those problems were caused by a negligent surgeon or clinic, we can help you to claim the compensation to which you are entitled.
Our specialist solicitors understand the devastation that such an incident can cause, which is why we will do our utmost to secure the maximum compensation amount that will help you to rebuild your life.
To date, we have secured more than £4 million in compensation for our clients, and we have a 95% success rate for all the cases we have taken on after obtaining medical evidence. This means we have the expertise required to help you with your labiaplasty compensation claim.
CONTACT US TODAY
Get in touch with us today to discuss your claim with a legal expert by calling 0800 634 0285, or request a callback from the team using our online contact form below. We handle cases on a no win, no fee basis.
Why Choose Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors?
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors is the number one UK law firm in the field of cosmetic surgery negligence. We have helped many victims of a botched labiaplasty surgery, and understand how difficult it can be to recover from this procedure.
We promise to be transparent in our approach, resulting in minimal disruption to your life.
We were the first legal practice in England and Wales to focus solely on cosmetic or beauty treatment negligence. For more than 15 years, we have offered an unrivalled service in this area, and we are proud to have:
- Secured £4 million in compensation for our clients to date
- A 95% success rate for all cases pursued after obtaining medical evidence
- A rating of ‘excellent’ on online review platform Trustpilot
Headed by respected legal expert Michael Saul, our legal specialists will strive to secure the outcome that you deserve for your labiaplasty claim.
Take a look at our testimonials from previous clients.
What Are the Signs That Labiaplasty Surgery Has Gone Wrong?
As vaginal tightening is an invasive procedure, it is common for women to feel some pain and discomfort for several weeks following labiaplasty surgery. Because of the invasive nature of this procedure, it may take some time for the expected swelling and bruising to reduce. After this recovery period, there may be some indications that something has gone wrong.
If you experience the following symptoms, it may be a sign of negligence:
- Excessive labial reduction/amputation
- Ongoing pain, burning or discomfort
- Pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse
- Altered labial sensation
These physical effects can often trigger a negative emotional response, which can lead to disappointment or depression as a result of the unsuccessful surgery. If this procedure is carried out using a general anaesthetic, there are various associated risks, though they are rare. These include anaphylaxis, infection and, in extremely rare cases, death.
How to Start a Labiaplasty Claim
If your clinic or surgeon has not fulfilled their duty of care, you may be eligible to make a claim for labiaplasty compensation. If you’ve suffered injury following a botched labiaplasty, get in touch with our expert team of solicitors today and we can discuss your circumstances. We ensure that we deal with each situation in a sensitive and professional manner.
We understand that this may be a very difficult time for you and recognise how sensitive this type of claim can be. Should you wish to have a female member of our team discuss the details of your case, then we will ensure that this happens.
Once we have talked through the circumstances of your situation, we will then let you know whether you are eligible to make a labiaplasty claim. Should you then choose to proceed with our service, we will assign an experienced solicitor to your case who will be there to support you every step of the way through the claims process. We will lay out the process of making a claim to you and explain what our strategy will be to secure you compensation.
How Long Does a Labiaplasty Claim Take?
All of our clients can guarantee they will receive a service that is tailored to their unique requirements, depending on the nature of their claim. For this reason, each case can vary in length and complexity.
You can rest assured that your solicitor will be on hand to provide reliable and detailed advice at every stage throughout your claim.
From the very beginning of your claim, you will be assigned a dedicated solicitor who will answer any questions you have. They will review every detail of your case and provide support and guidance as we progress.
See our full claims process here.
Is There a Time Limit on Making a Labiaplasty Claim?
If you have had a labiaplasty surgery go wrong, then you have a three year time limit to make a claim for compensation. Generally, this time limit begins from the date when the negligence occurred.
However, it is not always immediately clear whether the issues you are experiencing are known complications of labiaplasty or whether they are the result of a botched procedure. Thus, the three year time limit to make a labiaplasty claim can also apply from the point at which you realised (or ought to have realised) the procedure had gone wrong.
If you think you are eligible to make a labiaplasty claim, we strongly recommend that you get in touch with us today to start the process.
How Much Compensation Can You Get For a Labiaplasty Gone Wrong?
The amount of compensation you could secure from making a labiaplasty claim will be entirely dependent on the unique circumstances of your situation. There are a variety of issues which can arise from a botched labiaplasty and the compensation amount you are entitled to will depend on the complexity and severity of these issues.
As a rough guide, compensation for your physical and psychological injuries could amount to up to circa £50,000 or more and in addition you could recover your financial losses including the costs of any corrective surgery or therapy and loss of earnings.
Get In Touch Today
If your quality of life has been negatively affected following botched surgery, get in touch today. Contact us by calling 0800 634 0285, or complete our online contact form and we will be in touch at a time that is suitable for you.
Download our report Cosmetic Surgery: Knowing Your Rights if Something Goes Wrong to discover more about your legal rights.