The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Beauty Personal Injury Claims
The Personal Injury team at Tinsdills Solicitors are well-versed in claims relating to and as a result of substandard care following beauty treatments.
Helping our clients with beauty salon negligence issues, we guide and assist clients through claims including those involving damage to hair and injuries caused by eyelash treatments.
On this page, we’ve listed some of the most frequently asked questions about claiming, following negligent beauty treatment. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team via our contact form or your local branch in Hanley, Newcastle, Sandbach or Leek.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have been to a beauty salon and suffered an injury during or after your visit, then Tinsdills can help you to pursue a claim on a no win no fee basis.
If you have suffered injuries following a visit to a beauty salon, then contact Tinsdills to discuss what has happened. We will talk you through the process and what is required. There are a number of things we may ask for including photographs of any injuries, details of any advice provided by the salon before treatment commenced or details of any forms that you were asked to sign.
There is no set figure for any settlement following a cosmetic procedure claim. Any amount of compensation will be based on what an independent medical report states are injuries caused by your treatment or procedure and the effects these have had on your life. A set of guidelines known as the Judicial College Guidelines are then considered in light of the medical evidence to provide you with a likely range of settlements that you can expect.
If following a beauty procedure you suffer injuries, then contact Tinsdills and we can discuss the procedure with you in detail and answer any questions that you have. We would take full details from you as to what has happened and then we would submit the claim to the salon and consider their response.
You should contact Tinsdills as soon as possible after you have suffered injuries following a beauty treatment/procedure so that the evidence is still available to support your claim. Any claim must be brought within three years of the negligent treatment but it is preferable to bring any claim as soon as you are able to.
If you are injured as a result of a treatment or procedure that is proven to be negligent then you are entitled to compensation. If the medical evidence states that you have suffered a recognised psychological injury as a result of this treatment or procedure then you are entitled to compensation for those injuries.