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A Practical Guide to Cosmetic Surgery Claims

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ISBN13: 9781911035275
Published: August 2017
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99



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Cosmetic surgery litigation is not like other civil litigation. Your client is often scared, emotional, embarrassed, and fearful that the cosmetic enhancement that has gone wrong will be permanent or further surgery will be needed to correct it. The Defendant will be well versed, may not be employed by the clinic or may not have insurance.

An understanding of the requirements of consent, product liability, clinical negligence, who to sue, regulation of the defendant, causation, experts and heads of damage, resurrecting a company or suing out of the jurisdiction, all come into play.

This practical guide is an indispensable, complete guide for the busy practitioner. It’s unique format, clear layout, and concise style allows the practitioner to find essential information quickly. It is a how-to guide with handy tips, tactics and checklists.

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Subjects:
Personal Injury Law
Contents:
Chapter One – What Is Cosmetic Surgery?
Chapter Two – Insurance
Chapter Three – Credit Cards
Chapter Four – Litigation Considerations
Chapter Five – Product Liability Under the Consumer Protection Act
Chapter Six – Cosmetic Surgery Negligence
Chapter Seven – Material Contribution
Chapter Eight – Causation
Chapter Nine – Defences
Chapter Ten – Injury and Compensation
Chapter Eleven – Medical Devices Regulation
Chapter Twelve – Gross Negligence Manslaughter and Wilful Neglect
Chapter Thirteen – Potential Sources of Future Harm
Conclusions