Cosmetic Surgery DISASTER? How to Claim Compensation…

surgeryThe cosmetic surgery industry has a dark secret they are trying to keep hidden from you. There are no newspapers or television shows that will expose this secret, probably because they are getting money stuffed into their pocket to keep quiet.

What’s the secret? Well, in a nutshell, there is estimated to be around 17% of cosmetic surgery procedures that go HORRIBLY wrong.

This leaves a tremendous scar on the victims of these blunders, not only physically, but also emotionally and financially.

If you have recently suffered your own cosmetic surgery DISASTER, and you are wondering what to do next, then you are definitely in the right place.

You see, I advise thousands of victims every year on how to get the money they deserve from negligent cosmetic surgeons who are trying to hide away from their responsibilities.

5 years ago I started the Cosmetic Association of Surgery Victims (CASV), and it is now my life mission to help people who have been wronged in this particular area.

More specifically, I point people in the direction of how to get compensation in the quickest amount of time possible, so they are not left spending the next few years in vicious court battles.

In my opinion, the best place to go when you want to get compensation for a bundled cosmetic surgery procedure is Compensation Claims Assist (CCA). You can visit their website at for more information.

Simply use the form to request a free consultation, and one of their friendly staff will give you an informal callback within a few hours. They handle a lot of cosmetic surgery compensation claims, so you can feel in safe hands when discussing your case.

It’s just a shame that not many other people care about the victims of cosmetic surgery blunders. Thousands of people are suffering, but it seems that the government and mass media are turning a blind eye to the chaos.

Surely something must be done, wouldn’t you agree? Maybe tighter regulations on who can call themselves a cosmetic surgeon? Or perhaps regular inspections by a central authority regulated by the government?

Actually, there are some countries already taking an initiative in this area. For example, in Thailand the government recently setup the Thai Surgeon Investigation Unit (TSIU), who spend their time investigating various surgeons throughout the country, including cosmetic surgeons.

In conclusion, the only way things are going to change is when people just like you stand up and be counted.