What is Eyebrow Waxing?

Eyebrow waxing is a hair removal procedure that involves the use of hot wax to shape eyebrows. During the procedure, hot wax is applied on the unwanted hair and a strip of cloth or paper is firmly pressed on the area then stripped away to remove the hair. If you sustain injuries during eyebrow waxing, you may be able to claim compensation.

How Much Compensation Could I Claim?

The amount you can claim as compensation is influenced by the visibility and severity of the injury. Your gender and age and overall health before the procedure can also affect the compensation. The court or insurers will also want to establish the impact of the injury on your quality of life. Your solicitor will recommend that you keep a diary that will record the various occasions when the injury made it difficult for you to engage in your day-to-day activities and social events because of the pain and embarrassment caused by its visibility.

Expenses incurred to treat the injury and loss of income after the eyebrow waxing procedure will also be taken into account to determine how much you can claim. Each case is different and the compensation amounts offered vary depending on your injury.

In most cases, an insurance company representing the beauty salon or business that performed the eyebrow waxing will make an offer directly. For this reason, it is important to know how much compensation you can claim for your injury. You may end up getting inappropriate compensation if you are not well informed.

How to Tell Symptoms & How to Get Diagnosed?

There are various symptoms to look out for to determine if you have suffered an eyebrow injury including:

Infections
Cuts
Burns
Bleeding
Torn skin
Ingrown hairs
Swelling
Blistering
Cracked skin

It is advisable to consult a medical professional for a diagnosis before you approach a solicitor who specialises in compensation claims. A medical assessment is necessary for diagnosis. You should also record the injury using pictures.

Is Tylers A No-Win, No-Fee Personal Injury Solicitor?

Yes we are a No Win, No Fee’ claims solicitor. We will offer an assessment of your injury claim and determine whether you can claim compensation from the beauty salon. We will pursue your compensation case without asking for solicitor’s fees. You will only pay for the legal services if we win your case.

Where Can I Find More Information?

You can contact us through our website or call the numbers provided to talk with one of our solicitors to get more information regarding your case.

How Can I Make a Compensation Claim?

Once the solicitor has verified that you have suffered an injury after an eyebrow waxing procedure, you can proceed to make a claim. The solicitor will communicate with the beauty salon in writing and inform them about your claim. The beauty salon or its insurers will have up to 90 days to carry out investigations regarding your claim and then advise your solicitor whether they accept liability. If the salon accepts liability, your solicitor will determine how much compensation you deserve and present it to them. They can choose to offer a settlement or contest the claim in court.

How Long Do I Have to Claim for Eyebrow Waxing Injuries?

You can claim as soon as you get a diagnosis from a medical professional.

Contact Tylers Solicitors today!

If you have suffered an eyebrow waxing injury then you may be eligible to claim compensation. Call Tylers Solicitors today (freephone) on 0800 699 0079.

Need more information? Don’t worry, our expert claims solicitors will advise you along the way

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We accept Nationwide Eyebrow-Waxing Compensation Claims

No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your eyebrow-waxing compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.