What is a beauty treatment claim?
Have you suffered an injury whilst at a hair/beauty salon or spa?
We understand that a person usually visits a hair/beauty salon or spa to be pampered and enhance their appearance. This makes it particularly distressing when things go wrong.
At Ringrose Law our personal injury team has years of experience of representing people who have a beauty treatment claim and have been injured at a hair/beauty salon or spa. We will work hard to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation, and help you with your recovery process.
We can act for you on a No Win No Fee basis which means that you will keep 100% of your compensation.
What are the common causes of a beauty treatment claim?
Common causes of hair and beauty claims include:
- Allergic reactions to hair dye (which are not picked up prior to applying the product as the stylist failed to carry out a patch test)
- Burns caused by hot wax
- Burns caused by hot stone massages
- Chemical burns caused by beauty products
- Burns caused by laser treatments
- Junior/untrained members of staff carrying out treatments incorrectly
If you have suffered slip/trip or fall whilst at the salon we can help you with this too.
Beauty treatment claim – What can I claim for?
If you have been the victim of a hair or beauty treatment that has gone wrong, you may be entitled to make a beauty treatment claim, allowing you to claim compensation for the pain and suffering that your injury has caused you.
You can also claim any out of pocket expenses that you have suffered, this could include; loss of earnings, prescription charges and travel expenses.
If you have needed help from family and friends around the house, with day to day chores or if they have had to provide you with personal care, you can claim for their time too.
What should I do now?
If you have been injured whilst having a hair or beauty treatment and would like to make a beauty treatment claim for compensation then contact our personal injury team now. We are happy to offer a free initial appointment.
You should make sure that you report the accident to the appropriate authority (and ensure that they make a record of your accident) and seek medical attention for your injuries. Where possible take photographs of your injuries.