Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms. Sloss: What do you mean why the complaint?
Pieces: Don't repeat my question, just answer it.
Mr. Bonachuko: Go on, slur your words and tell Pieces what happened.
Ms. Sloss: The man was reckless, look at what he did!
Pieces: Was there any indication that Mr. Bonachuko was unsafe?
Ms Sloss: NO!, he was recommended to me by an acquaintence. She was very pleased with how he treated her.
Pieces: And your outcome was different? 
Ms. Sloss: Different! I went to places I never expected to because of him.
Pieces: So now you're well traveled.
Ms. Sloss: Figuring all the money I paid...
Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms Sloss went in for botox treatment to rejuvinate herself. This was at the advice of a person she met who suggested Mr. Bonachuko. Ms. Sloss contacted Mr. Bonachuko and then went in for a botox consultation. Mr. Bonachuko agreed to do the job and said that he only accepted cash. Ms. Sloss went through with the procedure. He injected her a few times on the first visit and Ms. Sloss then returned for a second visit and began to notice her face and lips swell up and remain that way. Ms. Sloss ended up in the surgeons office to reduce the tissue size as a result. Mr. Bonachuko says results vary and that Ms. Sloss wanted a chubby look- so she got it.

Pieces: How long have you been doing this Mr. Bonachuko?
Mr. Bonachuko: About seven years.
Pieces: How are you allowed to do this type of work without a being an MD of sorts?
Mr. Bonachuko: I ain't gotta be a doctor. I just took a few courses as an injectionist and I get my meds and supplies wholesale- what's da big deal?
Pieces: Da big deal is that you are not a physician and were unable to reverse the damage you caused to this woman. Ms. Sloss ended up in a surgeons office to shrink the tissue swelling that resulted from your botched botox.
Mr. Bonachuko: I get lots of business. She knew I had no other qualifications which was fine wit her. Ms. Sloss said she didn't need no doctor just a botox person and that's what she got. She ain't want to pay extra for.
Ms. Sloss: Sometimes the work of a doctor is wrinkled as well.
Pieces: Yes, but they are required to have malpractice insurance. Mr. Bonachuko has none. So, I cannot reward you for the risk you took on your own life knowing the lack of Mr. Bonachuko's education.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Bonachuko refund Ms. Sloss the money she paid for her botox and the cost for the visits to her surgeon. Mr. Bonachuko is also ordered to remain out of the botox business resulting from his invalid license and certification. Mr. Bonachuko is currently performing botox procedures in a state he is not licensed to and is  only certified to assist with these procedures only. Which makes his botox practice illegal. 

Dated: January 10, 2010                      A. Sadiq                       
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces



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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms. Sloss: What do you mean why the complaint?
Pieces: Don't repeat my question, just answer it.
Mr. Bonachuko: Go on, slur your words and tell Pieces what happened.
Ms. Sloss: The man was reckless, look at what he did!
Pieces: Was there any indication that Mr. Bonachuko was unsafe?
Ms Sloss: NO!, he was recommended to me by an acquaintence. She was very pleased with how he treated her.
Pieces: And your outcome was different? 
Ms. Sloss: Different! I went to places I never expected to because of him.
Pieces: So now you're well traveled.
Ms. Sloss: Figuring all the money I paid...
Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms Sloss went in for botox treatment to rejuvinate herself. This was at the advice of a person she met who suggested Mr. Bonachuko. Ms. Sloss contacted Mr. Bonachuko and then went in for a botox consultation. Mr. Bonachuko agreed to do the job and said that he only accepted cash. Ms. Sloss went through with the procedure. He injected her a few times on the first visit and Ms. Sloss then returned for a second visit and began to notice her face and lips swell up and remain that way. Ms. Sloss ended up in the surgeons office to reduce the tissue size as a result. Mr. Bonachuko says results vary and that Ms. Sloss wanted a chubby look- so she got it.

Pieces: How long have you been doing this Mr. Bonachuko?
Mr. Bonachuko: About seven years.
Pieces: How are you allowed to do this type of work without a being an MD of sorts?
Mr. Bonachuko: I ain't gotta be a doctor. I just took a few courses as an injectionist and I get my meds and supplies wholesale- what's da big deal?
Pieces: Da big deal is that you are not a physician and were unable to reverse the damage you caused to this woman. Ms. Sloss ended up in a surgeons office to shrink the tissue swelling that resulted from your botched botox.
Mr. Bonachuko: I get lots of business. She knew I had no other qualifications which was fine wit her. Ms. Sloss said she didn't need no doctor just a botox person and that's what she got. She ain't want to pay extra for.
Ms. Sloss: Sometimes the work of a doctor is wrinkled as well.
Pieces: Yes, but they are required to have malpractice insurance. Mr. Bonachuko has none. So, I cannot reward you for the risk you took on your own life knowing the lack of Mr. Bonachuko's education.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Bonachuko refund Ms. Sloss the money she paid for her botox and the cost for the visits to her surgeon. Mr. Bonachuko is also ordered to remain out of the botox business resulting from his invalid license and certification. Mr. Bonachuko is currently performing botox procedures in a state he is not licensed to and is  only certified to assist with these procedures only. Which makes his botox practice illegal. 

Dated: January 10, 2010                      A. Sadiq                       
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces



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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms. Sloss: What do you mean why the complaint?
Pieces: Don't repeat my question, just answer it.
Mr. Bonachuko: Go on, slur your words and tell Pieces what happened.
Ms. Sloss: The man was reckless, look at what he did!
Pieces: Was there any indication that Mr. Bonachuko was unsafe?
Ms Sloss: NO!, he was recommended to me by an acquaintence. She was very pleased with how he treated her.
Pieces: And your outcome was different? 
Ms. Sloss: Different! I went to places I never expected to because of him.
Pieces: So now you're well traveled.
Ms. Sloss: Figuring all the money I paid...
Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms Sloss went in for botox treatment to rejuvinate herself. This was at the advice of a person she met who suggested Mr. Bonachuko. Ms. Sloss contacted Mr. Bonachuko and then went in for a botox consultation. Mr. Bonachuko agreed to do the job and said that he only accepted cash. Ms. Sloss went through with the procedure. He injected her a few times on the first visit and Ms. Sloss then returned for a second visit and began to notice her face and lips swell up and remain that way. Ms. Sloss ended up in the surgeons office to reduce the tissue size as a result. Mr. Bonachuko says results vary and that Ms. Sloss wanted a chubby look- so she got it.

Pieces: How long have you been doing this Mr. Bonachuko?
Mr. Bonachuko: About seven years.
Pieces: How are you allowed to do this type of work without a being an MD of sorts?
Mr. Bonachuko: I ain't gotta be a doctor. I just took a few courses as an injectionist and I get my meds and supplies wholesale- what's da big deal?
Pieces: Da big deal is that you are not a physician and were unable to reverse the damage you caused to this woman. Ms. Sloss ended up in a surgeons office to shrink the tissue swelling that resulted from your botched botox.
Mr. Bonachuko: I get lots of business. She knew I had no other qualifications which was fine wit her. Ms. Sloss said she didn't need no doctor just a botox person and that's what she got. She ain't want to pay extra for.
Ms. Sloss: Sometimes the work of a doctor is wrinkled as well.
Pieces: Yes, but they are required to have malpractice insurance. Mr. Bonachuko has none. So, I cannot reward you for the risk you took on your own life knowing the lack of Mr. Bonachuko's education.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Bonachuko refund Ms. Sloss the money she paid for her botox and the cost for the visits to her surgeon. Mr. Bonachuko is also ordered to remain out of the botox business resulting from his invalid license and certification. Mr. Bonachuko is currently performing botox procedures in a state he is not licensed to and is  only certified to assist with these procedures only. Which makes his botox practice illegal. 

Dated: January 10, 2010                      A. Sadiq                       
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces



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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms. Sloss: What do you mean why the complaint?
Pieces: Don't repeat my question, just answer it.
Mr. Bonachuko: Go on, slur your words and tell Pieces what happened.
Ms. Sloss: The man was reckless, look at what he did!
Pieces: Was there any indication that Mr. Bonachuko was unsafe?
Ms Sloss: NO!, he was recommended to me by an acquaintence. She was very pleased with how he treated her.
Pieces: And your outcome was different? 
Ms. Sloss: Different! I went to places I never expected to because of him.
Pieces: So now you're well traveled.
Ms. Sloss: Figuring all the money I paid...
Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms Sloss went in for botox treatment to rejuvinate herself. This was at the advice of a person she met who suggested Mr. Bonachuko. Ms. Sloss contacted Mr. Bonachuko and then went in for a botox consultation. Mr. Bonachuko agreed to do the job and said that he only accepted cash. Ms. Sloss went through with the procedure. He injected her a few times on the first visit and Ms. Sloss then returned for a second visit and began to notice her face and lips swell up and remain that way. Ms. Sloss ended up in the surgeons office to reduce the tissue size as a result. Mr. Bonachuko says results vary and that Ms. Sloss wanted a chubby look- so she got it.

Pieces: How long have you been doing this Mr. Bonachuko?
Mr. Bonachuko: About seven years.
Pieces: How are you allowed to do this type of work without a being an MD of sorts?
Mr. Bonachuko: I ain't gotta be a doctor. I just took a few courses as an injectionist and I get my meds and supplies wholesale- what's da big deal?
Pieces: Da big deal is that you are not a physician and were unable to reverse the damage you caused to this woman. Ms. Sloss ended up in a surgeons office to shrink the tissue swelling that resulted from your botched botox.
Mr. Bonachuko: I get lots of business. She knew I had no other qualifications which was fine wit her. Ms. Sloss said she didn't need no doctor just a botox person and that's what she got. She ain't want to pay extra for.
Ms. Sloss: Sometimes the work of a doctor is wrinkled as well.
Pieces: Yes, but they are required to have malpractice insurance. Mr. Bonachuko has none. So, I cannot reward you for the risk you took on your own life knowing the lack of Mr. Bonachuko's education.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Bonachuko refund Ms. Sloss the money she paid for her botox and the cost for the visits to her surgeon. Mr. Bonachuko is also ordered to remain out of the botox business resulting from his invalid license and certification. Mr. Bonachuko is currently performing botox procedures in a state he is not licensed to and is  only certified to assist with these procedures only. Which makes his botox practice illegal. 

Dated: January 10, 2010                      A. Sadiq                       
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces



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