Compensation for failed hair transplant
For many people, losing hair is just something that happens over time, but for some people hair loss can be far more severe and even from a young age they can find themselves starting to lose hair. Hair loss can be a very traumatising experience, especially if it’s something that starts to happen from a young age and as a result many people look for a way to bring their hair back – to do this, a hair transplant is a popular option.
Hair transplants are quite long and complicated surgical procedures, but if successful they can restore a person’s hair to the same healthy style that it was prior to falling out. Unfortunately, due to the delicate nature of this surgery, it can also leave the person with a number of health issues if not done correctly and accordingly if this happens to you, you may consider a compensation claim.
IF I SUFFER FROM A FAILED HAIR TRANSPLANT, WHO CAN I CLAIM AGAINST?
There are a number of people who you could potentially claim against for a failed hair transplant, depending on the circumstances of your accident. If your failed transplant was caused by negligence on behalf of your surgeon, then you could claim directly against your surgeon. Alternately, you may not have been alerted to the potential hazards of a hair transplant by your healthcare professional and you may consider making a compensation claim against them instead.
WHAT ARE SOME HEALTH PROBLEMS THAT I CAN SUFFER FROM AS A RESULT?
If you are the victim of a failed hair transplant then there are a number of health issues that you could suffer from and these include:
- Complete, permanent loss of hair
- Damage to the head and skin tissue
- Rash and redness from the use of an irritant
- Burns and scarring
WORKING WITH MEDICAL COMPENSATION 4U HOW CAN I GET STARTED ON MY CLAIM?
Medical Compensation 4U understands how debilitating a failed hair transplant can be and accordingly we will give you the time and resources that you need for a compensation claim. Our team will work with you throughout what can often be a difficult process, to ensure that you receive every penny of compensation that you deserve.