Cellulite treatment injury solicitors near me.
If you’ve suffered an injury during a cellulite reduction procedure, as a result of a beautician’s negligence, MG Legal’s specialist legal experts can help get the compensation you deserve.
Our expert solicitors have already helped thousands of clients obtain personal injury compensation from claims against negligent beauty salons, throughout the UK.
Contact us today, for an immediate review of your personal injury claim, and we will get the ball rolling with building your case the same working day.
Am I entitled to make a claim for my cellulite treatment gone wrong?
If you have suffered a personal injury, during or after cellulite treatment, as a result of a beautician’s negligence, then you are entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation.
MG Legal’s personal injury experts accept all claims on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, and have won our client's compensation in excess of £30,000 for beauty treatments that have gone wrong.
If you have suffered negligent treatment at the hands of a beautician, in the last 3 years, and are thinking about pursuing a claim for personal injury, then please do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly personal injury experts, and we will answer any questions or queries you may have.
With MG Legal, you are in safe hands.
What can go wrong with cellulite treatment?
As with any beauty treatment, cellulite reduction treatment is not completely safe, and MG Legal’s beauty negligence solicitors have accepted, and won compensation for clients who have suffered as a result of cellulite treatment gone wrong.
Different types of laser treatments are used to treat cellulite. Often branded as minimally invasive, some treatments involve a small laser fibre being inserted beneath your skin. When the laser is fired, the laser energy breaks up the tough bands beneath the skin that cause us to see cellulite. Other cellulite reduction treatment uses a needle-sized device to cut away fibrous tissues to smooth out dimpling. If you choose Valashape, another cellulite treatment, the beautician uses a handheld infrared light, radiofrequency, and massage with suction to increase lymphatic drainage.
As you can see, things such as laser treatment, and cutting away fibrous tissue, are not exactly minimally invasive, as described. And as a result, many people suffer personal injury when having cellulite treatment.
The main issues that our beauty treatment solicitors repeatedly see with cellulite treatment claims involve:
Burns from Cellulite Treatment - An obvious and all too often occurring risk with ‘some cellulite treatments, including ‘Eporex’ mesotherapy, is burns to the layers of the skin, from the electrical current used in the cellulite reduction process. The burns can be light, superficial burns, or, as our personal injury solicitors have seen first-hand, deeper, longer lasting scarring to deep skin tissue, from which you may or may not fully recover.
Allergic Reactions to Cellulite treatment - Some cellulite treatment includes injecting chemicals into the body, and it is imperative that the beautician carries out a patch test on their client, prior to commencement of the treatment. All measures should be taken by the beautician, including consultations with clients, including questions asked relating to the client’s medical history to identify contraindications which will mean the treatment is unsuitable. These include pregnancy, lactating mothers, and those who suffer from epilepsy or asthma.
Unqualified beauticians - In order to obtain public liability insurance when carrying out cellulite treatment, beauticians must complete courses in Body Contouring and Facial Toning. The course is intense, and beauticians who complete the training can offer expert Cellulite Body Contouring Treatments and Facial Toning Treatments. Many beauticians are however, unqualified, uninsured, and have poor knowledge of how cellulite treatment works, with sub-standard treatment offered, leaving clients injured.
How do I make a personal injury claim for a botched cellulite treatment procedure?
When looking to make a personal injury claim for negligent cellulite treatment, the first step is to find a leading specialist solicitor to help you build your case. It is important to work with a solicitor who specialises in, and has adequate experience in, beauty treatment negligence claims, as the process can be quite unique to other personal injury claims.
When you are ready to speak to an expert, contact MG Legal’s beauty treatment compensation solicitors for a no-obligation discussion of your claim.
If your claim is for personal injury resulting from an allergic reaction during cellulite treatment it is advised that you seek professional medical treatment from your GP or your local hospital. You should also take photographs of your injury regularly, as you will be able to use these to support your claim for compensation later down the line.
MG Legal’s personal injury solicitors are some of the very best in their field, and work tirelessly to get our injured clients the best results. If you have been injured whilst having any cellulite treatment by a beautician, then contact our highly experienced, friendly team of solicitors; you’ll be asked to complete one of our Claim Forms, which can be completed online, here, send it back to our offices, and we will get your claim for personal injury started the same day, and all on a no win no fee basis.
Beauty salon treatment negligence claims experts
If you have suffered personal injury as a result of the negligent treatment in a beauty salon, and the injury happened in the last 3 years, then contact MG Legal’s beauty salon claims experts, today. Our friendly team will advise you if you have a claim and if you do, we will get your personal injury claim started that day. Contact us online today or call us on 01995 602129 to speak to a friendly personal injury solicitor.