Cosmetic and Beauty Claims

Cosmetic and Beauty treatments are hugely popular in the UK. From visiting a salon for a haircut, to hair removal treatments, relaxing therapy sessions and non-intrusive cosmetic procedures, cosmetic treatments are being utilised by both men and women on a far more frequent basis than ever before.

Types of Claims

Whilst the majority of these procedures go well, sometimes they do go wrong leading to various injuries. Where things do go wrong we have the expertise to handle claims for injuries caused by the following types of procedures:

  • Waxing treatments
  • Laser treatments
  • Massage or facial treatments
  • Hair treatments (causing damage to hair or scalp)
  • Tooth whitening treatments
  • Eyelash extensions or eyelash dyeing treatments

Compensation – what can be claimed?

If you have been injured as a result of one of the cosmetic procedures listed above, or indeed any other cosmetic therapy then you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering as well as for other reasonable losses and expenses which you or your family have or may incur. These losses or expenses could include:

  • Loss of earnings, commission or bonuses
  • Medical expenses
  • Travel expenses
  • Care, assistance etc
  • Remedial therapies/treatment

NO WIN NO FEE” – Guaranteed

Don’t worry about costs! We offer “NO WIN NO FEE” agreements so there is no risk to you in pursuing your claim.

How can we help?

Oxley & Coward Solicitors LLP has a specialist team of experienced lawyers dedicated to fighting for the rights of victims injured as a result of cosmetic treatments. We have membership of the specialist Association of Personal injury Lawyers. From start to finish, we aim to make the whole process as simple and easy as possible. Over the years we have helped thousands of clients recover millions of pounds of compensation.

We offer a “NO WIN NO FEE” service to take the risk out of claiming.

To get in touch, click our contact details page, to email, please use this address or for urgent or immediate advice, please call on 01709 510999

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