Cosmetic Surgery Injuries
Let Our Philadelphia Surgery Malpractice Lawyers Fight for You
With over 1.7 million procedures during 2017 alone, cosmetic surgery is commonplace in the United States. Unfortunately, many medical professionals often make grave mistakes during these operations, leading to a number of medical injuries, such as disfigurement and scarring.
At Kwartler Manus, LLC, we believe medical professionals should be held accountable for surgical injuries that impact their patients. Our legal team has helped clients recover millions of dollars in compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Further surgeries
Call us today at (267) 214-8608 to discuss your cosmetic surgical injury case.
The United States performs more cosmetic and elective surgeries than any other country in the world, and the industry accounts for billions of dollars in revenue each year. Some of the most common elected operations include:
- Breast augmentation
- Nose reshaping
- Eyelid surgery
- Tummy tuck
It is your surgeon’s responsibility to make sure you are aware of all risks involved in your elective cosmetic surgery. Whether the surgery is for personal reasons or it has been deemed medically necessary after the removal of an abnormality or tumor, as the patient, you should be informed of all risks associated with the procedure. Without this information, you are agreeing to potential risks you haven’t been made aware of; risks that could include: painful and long-term injuries, such as scar tissue formation, blood clots, and infection.
Contact Kwartler Manus, LLC Today – (267) 214-8608
No one should have to live with a cosmetic surgery injury. Let us help you hold your medical professionals accountable. Our Philadelphia attorneys will review your case, build an aggressive strategy, and fight for your patient rights. We aim to do our part in helping you recover, and will work to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact our Philadelphia cosmetic injury lawyers today to discuss your case.