If you had a brow lift and believe you had negligent treatment at any point in the procedure, call our Medical Negligence Solicitors for a free consultation on freephone 0800 916 9049 or contact us online.

98% of our Clinical & Medical Negligence Claims are funded by a No Win, No Fee agreement, which is formally called a Conditional Fee Agreement. This means there is no financial risk to you.

Slater and Gordon Lawyers can provide immediate legal representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in the UK.

We offer home and/or hospital visits particularly for people who cannot come to our offices in London, Manchester, Watford, Liverpool, Chester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Preston, Wakefield and Wrexham.

When you contact us with the details of what went wrong with your brow lift surgery, a No Win, No Fee Medical Negligence Solicitor can review your case and we can help you to understand whether or not you have a claim for compensation.

Call Slater and Gordon Lawyers for a free consultation on freephone 0800 916 9049 or contact us online.

Our UK contact centre is open 24 hours 7 days a week.

What Can Go Wrong with a Brow/Forehead Lift?

The brow lift procedure involves making several small incisions in your forehead and the removal of muscle and/or tissue. As with all types of medical surgery there are general risks involved such as infection or scarring; with a brow lift you may also suffer with:

  • Nerve damage resulting in possible loss of movement in eyebrows
  • Asymmetric looking eyebrows

How Do I Claim for Cosmetic Surgery Gone Wrong?

Speak to one of our Medical Negligence Solicitors that specialises in cosmetic surgery compensation claims. You'll find that we are sensitive to your needs, we can help you understand the claims process and tell you what the next steps are.

Call our Medical Negligence Solicitors for a free consultation on freephone 0800 916 9049 or contact us online and we will call you.

Solicitors at Slater and Gordon Lawyers are members of the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel, Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the UK charity for patient safety and justice, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).