Beauty Treatment Claims Solicitors
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  • No win no fee
  • Quick effective services with over 25 specialists
  • Securing over £20m for our clients in the last 18 months
  • 9/10 customers would recommend & use us again

We can help with your beauty treatment claim

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If you have suffered an injury as a result of a beauty treatment then you may be able to make a claim against the responsible party. Keep 100% of your compensation - no cost to you

Common types of injuries

Some of the beauty treatments we have been successful in pursuing claims include:

  • Hair loss and/or permanent damage to hair and/or scalp
  • Eyelash loss and/or permanent damage to eyelashes
  • Burns and damage to skin resulting in temporary or permanent scarring
  • Improper use of cosmetic practices including the use of chemicals, products and equipment

Common types of cases

Some of the locations for successful claims for beauty treatments include

  • Hairdressers
  • Beauty therapists
  • Training facilities and colleges offering beauty and cosmetic treatment training
  • Spas and beauty rooms within hotels

Legal Requirements for Beauty Treatments

Since April 2017 it is a requirement that cosmetic practices register with Health Improvement Scotland. In addition, proper skill and care is required to be used when carrying out beauty treatment and cosmetic treatment. Failure to use such practices can result in negligence and damage to you.

How much compensation could I be awarded?

The value of your claim will depend on the injury you suffered and how long your symptoms last. If you do not receive wages during any absence from work due to the accident, you can also recover these.

How to claim following a negligent Beauty Treatment?

Our specialist beauty treatment claims team will help you. We don't charge you a fee for your claim and we do not take any of your compensation so you can instruct us with confidence at no costs to you.

Our specialist lawyers will intimate the details of your claim as quickly as possible after the negligence occurred. The details of the negligence and injury will be sent to the insurance company who represent the person at fault.

We will ingather details of your losses and any documents that we need.

How long do I have to claim?

The time limit for settling a case is usually three years after the negligence. However, in terms of the compulsory Scottish pre-action protocol your claim should be intimated as soon as possible.

No Win No Fee

We will handle your case at no cost to you - we will not deduct any percentage from your compensation pay out. Our experience has led to:

  • Helping thousands of people like you
  • Helping with Rehabilitation with specialist contacts
  • Securing over £20m for our clients in the last 18 months
  • 9 out of 10 customers would use us again and recommend us to friends & family based on client feedback

What can be included in my Beauty Treatment Claim?

We can claim compensation for any injury you suffer including and you may also be able to claim for general out of pocket expenses, loss of earnings, care and assistance required and various other expenses.

When can I make a compensation claim?

  • If the accident was in the last three years
  • If someone else was at fault
  • If you have suffered injury and/or been off work as a result of the accident
  • If you are out of pocket for miscellaneous expenses

Why use Harper Macleod for your Beauty Treatment Claim?

We are injury experts and have one of the largest personal injury departments in Scotland with over 25 personal injury specialists covering the whole of Scotland and we offer a no win no fee. 

Get in touch with our Specialist Team

We provide a free initial consultation and you can contact us by filling out the claims form below with details of your accident/injury or:

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Why choose us for your beauty treatment claim

Keep 100% of your compensation

Unlike our competitors if you use us for your personal injury compensation claim you keep 100% of your compensation. So if you're awarded £5,000 compensation, you receive £5,000.

We recover our fees from the other side so you keep all the compensation you are awarded. There are no costs for you so you have peace of mind using Harper Macleod.

Quick, efficient service

We try to settle each personal injury claim as quickly as possible but every case is different.

There are many factors which will determine how quickly we can settle your claim such as the severity of the injury and how long it takes to establish liability but in general we aim to resolve most claims in less than 9 months.

Our clients rate us as 9.5 out of 10 in terms of service & advice and 9 out of 10 customers would use us again and recommend us to friends & family.

No cost to you

Do not be confused by the phrase "No Win No Fee".  Often that means if you do win you receive less than 100% of your compensation.  We do not charge you a fee and we do not take any of your compensation. You can instruct us with confidence that there are no costs for you.

Maximise your compensation

We will work hard for you to make sure you receive the maximum compensation you deserve. The value of your compensation will depend on the injury you sustained as a result of your accident and how long your symptoms last. 

We have a Personal Injury compensation calculator to let you know how much you could be due based on your injury.

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