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PIP reaches the High Court!

Mary Blyth, solicitor at Harrison Fowler representing 168 women in a class action says the faulty PIP Breast Implants case has now reached the high court. It is aimed at private clinics that carried out the procedures and their insurers. It is estimated that each of them will claim about 20,000 in compensation and damages which would cover the cost of psychological damage and corrective surgery.

Solicitors representing the women will next appear before the high court in January. It is estimated that over 47,000 women had PIP inserted in the UK!