Making a beauty treatment claim
Do you want to make a beauty treatment claim? We may be able to help you on a No Win, No Fee basis. To find out where you stand and for details of no win, no fee funding contact our free legal helpline.
If a beauty treatment practitioner has made a mistake, and their negligence has resulted in you suffering injury, you may be entitled to make a beauty treatment claim. We can help with compensation claims for a range of beauty treatments that have gone wrong, leaving you with physical and psychological injuries, including:
- Laser hair removal claims;
- Laser thread vein removal claims;
- Laser skin resurfacing claims;
- Botox claims;
- Dermal lip filler claims;
- Chemical peel claims;
- Microblading claims;
- Waxing claims;
- Hair damage claims; and
- Eyelash claims;
As well as receiving compensation for your injuries you can also claim compensation for your financial losses, such as medical fees and the cost of any additional beauty treatment that you may need to put things right.
Beauty treatment claims can be dealt with on a no win, no fee basis. This means you do not need to worry about legal costs.
After we have provided the initial free assessment, we will be able to tell you if we can work on a no win, no fee basis. We will also be able to give you an indication of how much compensation you may be awarded.
To make a claim the following information would be helpful:
- photos of the injury caused by the beautician’s error;
- your medical records;
- information regarding any loss of earnings or other financial loss;
- documents relating to the beauty treatment; and
- any correspondence between the beauty clinic, salon or beautician and yourself.
We can of course help you find this information.
To make a beauty treatment claim simply fill out our free case assessment form below or call us free on 0808 139 1592 or email [email protected] Our beauty treatment expert, Carly Sylvester, will provide a free assessment of your claim and tell you whether we can pursue it on a no win, no fee basis.