The Supreme Court has allowed the advertising of the class action against The Cosmetic Institute and Dr Eddy Dona on social media to help reach out to women who may want to opt out of the class action.
Our medical negligence partner Sally Gleeson is leading this class action and with the help of social media, is hoping to reach out to as many women as possible who may not want to be part of this class action to have the opportunity to opt out.
Sally said advertising being solely on social media is the first of its kind for a class action. The case was lodged after two women were rushed to hospital after they had to be resuscitated on the operating table at two of the company’s clinics at Parramatta and Bondi Junction.
How can I opt out of this class action?
To opt out of this class action, visit our opt out notice page on our website at: https://www.turnerfreeman.com.au/opt-out-notice/
Alternatively, you can contact Sally Gleeson for further information on (02) 8222 3333.
To read the full story as it appeared in the Daily Telegraph on 13 May 2019, click here.