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When you work with MG Legal's Beauty Treatmentsolicitors, you get:
Free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist Beauty Treatment solicitor
The maximum financial compensation in your beauty negligence claim
A designated Beauty Treatment solicitor with up to 30 years of experience
What is a beauty treatment claim?
A beauty treatment claim for financial compensation can be made if you have been injured while at a beauty salon, or due to a beauty treatment gone wrong. The beauty treatment and aesthetics industry is notoriously unregulated, with practitioners working on treatments that they are not qualified to carry out, and do not have adequate training in. When this happens, people come to our no win no fee solicitors to make a beauty treatment claim for financial compensation.
As listed above, beauty treatment claims can be made for all types of beauty treatment negligence, including:
Eyebrow microblading gone wrong
Laser hair removal beauty treatment claims
Rhinoplasty negligence claims
Can I make a beauty treatment compensation claim if my beauty treatment was negligent?
Yes, you can. If you’ve been to a beauty salon and suffered an injury during or after the beauty treatment because the salon has been negligent then you could be entitled to make a compensation claim against them.
Like any service you receive, when your beautician treats you, they are providing a service, and you are receiving a service, subject to the Sale of Goods and Services Act 1982. If the treatment is not carried out with reasonable skill and care, and injury follows, during or after the procedure, they you can make a claim for personal injury compensation.
MG Legal’s team of beauty treatment solicitors specialise in all things personal injury, and will accept your beauty treatment claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis, subject to the following:
Your beauty treatment must have been in the last 3 years
That the beauty treatment fell below the standard expected of a competent beautician
That the negligent treatment caused you to suffer illness or personal injury.
What is a negligent beauty treatment?
The hair and beauty sector is made up of beauty salons, nail bars, hair salons, spas, masseurs, tanning salons, eyelash technicians, makeup artists and those who specialise in the application of permanent makeup.
The applicable Health and Safety qualifications go up to Level 4. With an estimated 50% of the hundreds of thousands employed by the beauty treatment industry being qualified only to Level 2, MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment solicitors are well aware that beauty treatments are regularly undertaken with beauty therapists not being qualified to the appropriate standard to carry out the procedure.
With very little to govern the beauty treatment industry, and more and more beauty treatments, and cosmetic surgery procedures being carried out each year, compensation beauty treatment claims are on the rise and our beauty negligence solicitors are here to help.
What kind of personal injury can I claim for?
Popular beauty treatments include Botox, skin tanning, permanent and semi-permanent make up, hair dyeing, facial waxing, bikini line waxing, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, fibroblast skin lifting, chemical peels, dermal fillers, acrylic nails and nail extensions and micro-bladed or tattooed eyebrows.
The most common beauty treatment claims for compensation that MG Legal's personal injury solicitors handle on a no win no fee basis, are:
Wounding with needles
Burns to the eyes from eyelash tinting and treatment
Burns from waxing to the face
Chemical burns to the face caused by a defective skin peel
Allergic reactions with no patch testing carried out 24 hours before
Injuries from lip fillers
What does the law say about beauty treatment claims?
When it comes to beauty treatments that are non-surgical, there are no legal requirements for them to be carried out by a qualified medical professional or therapist. Technically speaking, this means that anybody can carry out these treatments and procedures without undergoing any particular training or qualifications.
This is surprising to many of our beauty negligence claims clients here at MG Legal, who believed that when they had their beauty treatment carried out, it was being done by somebody who had undergone professional training for the procedure. There is no denying that there is a clear link between beauty practitioners carrying
out treatments and procedures without undergoing any training, and the large number of customers who become injured and subsequently come to our specialist solicitors to make no win no fee beauty treatment claims for financial compensation.
If somebody is carrying out beauty treatments without any relevant training, there is a higher chance of something going wrong, or an accident occurring that could lead to injury to the customer. These injuries can lead from minor burns to serious scarring and sight loss, depending on the accident that happens or how the treatment goes wrong.
If you have been injured in any way because of a beauty treatment gone wrong, or negligence on the part of the beauty practitioner, do not hesitate to get in touch with our specialist beauty negligence solicitors online to discuss your no win no fee claim for financial compensation.
Can I sue a beauty salon?
It is more than possible to sue a beauty salon, and this is done by making a beauty treatment claim, with the help of MG Legal.
A beauty treatment claim is a legal personal injury claim against a beauty salon, where they are sued for injuries sustained to a customer. The basis of a beauty treatment claim is to prove that the injuries that you have sustained as the customer were caused by negligence on behalf of the beautician or beauty practitioner.
Beauty treatment claims are a niche aspect of personal injury claims, and MG Legal’s team of beauty treatment solicitors are some of the most established in the country.
Am I eligible to sue a beauty salon?
Beauty treatment claims essentially have one aim, to prove that you have sustained a genuine injury that was caused by the negligent actions of the beautician or beauty salon you went to.
The first part of this means obtaining reliable medical reports that show that you have sustained physical injuries, like blisters, cuts, burns, or scars. It is not possible to simply make a beauty treatment claim for a beauty treatment gone wrong, or not up to standard.
The second part, and where you need the help of a specialist beauty treatment solicitor, is when it comes to successfully proving that these injuries were caused by negligence on behalf of the beauty salon. This could be a number of things, from failing to perform a patch test, to failing to obtain a full consent form.
For more information on beauty negligence, get in touch with our specialist beauty treatment solicitors, here, for a no-obligation chat.
How much is my beauty treatment claim for personal injury worth?
The amount of compensation you will receive in your negligent beauty treatment claim all depends on how you were injured, and how the injuries have affected your life. Any beauty injury claim is a claim for pain, suffering and loss of amenity, thus meaning that every single person will suffer differently, even though they have sustained the same injury.
If you have been injured, and have ongoing losses, for example, if you are injured and unable to carry on working MG Legal can request an interim payment enabling you to recover, without facing the stress of not being able to pay your monthly bills.
MG Legal’s expert team of personal injury solicitors value all beauty treatment claims with reference to the 15th edition of the Judicial Studies Board Guidelines, and then research every client’s individual circumstances, to ensure that they receive the maximum personal injury compensation they deserve.
The best way to answer the question of 'how much personal injury compensation will I receive', is to contact MG Legal’s beauty treatment solicitors.
What information do I need to make a no win no fee beauty treatment claim?
If you are considering making a no win no fee beauty treatment claim with our specialist solicitors, you might be wondering what information or evidence you need to support your claim, and to allow your solicitor to build the claim. The more information and evidence that you can provide to our personal injury solicitors, the easier it will be for us to successfully build your beauty treatment claim. The following information can help our no win no fee solicitors settle your beauty treatment claim successfully:
The details of your appointment, time and location
The name and details of the practitioner who carried out your treatment
Receipt, or email confirmation of your appointment
Photos of your injuries
Evidence of your reporting of the accident to the salon or beautician
Medical records of any treatment that you received
To learn more about what information we might need to build your beauty treatment claim to be as strong as possible, simply contact our no win no fee Beauty Treatment solicitors online here. If you are unable to provide any of the information or evidence mentioned above, you could still be able to make a successful beauty treatment claim for financial compensation. Get in touch with our team here to learn more about your eligibility to make a beauty treatment claim today, all on a free no-obligation basis.
What is the claims process to sue a beauty salon?
The first step to a beauty treatment claim is to get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment solicitors.
After you reach out to us, and have a no-obligation discussion of your claim with one of our expert solicitors, then if we decide to accept your case, we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis.
At this point, your personally appointed solicitor will reach out to the defendant, or the beauty salon, and inform them that we intent to instruct on your behalf in filing a beauty claim for personal injury.
If we do decide to take on your NO WIN NO FEE case, we will then get to work on building your personal injury claim against a beauty salon to be as strong as it can be, through a robust beauty treatment claim.
In most cases, the defending beauty salon involved in the case will accept liability for the injuries of the client, allowing their designated beauty treatment claims solicitor to begin the process of obtaining them the maximum amount of financial compensation for the claim.
However, in a small minority of cases, the beauty salon does not admit liability for the injuries, and the case will be taken to court. In this instance, our specialist beauty treatment solicitors will go above and beyond to ensure that the case is won, and financial compensation is won on behalf of our client. The success of our team is evident in our unmatched success rate of over 99%.
Why choose MG Legal for my beauty treatment claim?
MG Legal’s team of beauty treatment solicitors use the services of the best medical practitioners, such as plastic surgeons, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, and other experts in their medical field.
Your claim for compensation is important to us, and we want to get you the most most compensation possible. Our Beauty Treatment solicitors accept all beauty treatment claims on a no win no fee basis, and have a success rate in excess of 99% for all personal injury claims accepted. Read our reviews, here.
What evidence is required for a beauty treatment personal injury claim?
In personal injury claims for injuries obtained as a result of beauty treatments, the key is that we are able to prove that the injuries were a direct cause of the treatment. In order to do this, there are specific steps that you should take, and things that you should try to keep a note of.
1. Photographic evidence of the injuries, with time-stamps attached
2. Keeping any receipts, signed contracts, and correspondence with the beautician or salon that may be relevant to the claim
3. Evidence that you have reported the incident to the salon or beautician
4. Seek medical attention as soon as possible and keep any medical reports on your injury
While all of these can help to build a personal injury claim, here at MG Legal we realise that it is unrealistic to assume that you will have all of them to hand. If you wish to discuss any of these documents, how to obtain them, or how to get your claim started, get in touch with our expert team of personal injury and Beauty Treatment solicitors, here.