When this happens, the injuries are quite often visible and painful, therefore causing serious hurt and stress. Manufacturers and those supplying the products have a responsibility to ensure such items are safe to use – if they fail to do so, you could be entitled to make a claim.

At Lupton Fawcett, our team of experienced solicitors knows how stressful sustaining a serious injury can be, and we are on hand to offer the best legal advice. To discuss your case, either call us on 0333 323 5292, or fill in the enquiry form on this page and let us know a suitable time to get back to you.

Types of claim

Our team of specialist product liability solicitors has dealt with numerous cases where an individual has sustained an injury due to incorrectly or inadequately labelled cosmetic products. Offending items have included:

  • Hair dyes
  • Make up
  • Moisturiser
  • Shampoo/conditioners
  • At-home waxing kits

The types of injuries sustained as a result of these products can include:

  • Burns
  • Rashes
  • Allergic reactions

While these are the most common types of incident involving hair and beauty products, they are not the only examples. If your circumstances are different, we can still help you.

About your claim

Remember, claiming compensation does not necessarily mean taking money directly from a company’s earnings. By law, all businesses are required to have insurance policies to protect them against incidents such as these. Therefore, you have no reason to feel guilty about claiming.

Why should I claim?

Compensation will help your life return to normal as much as possible following a stressful incident that has resulted in injury. This money is there to help you in many different ways.

If you have been left unable to work as a result of an injury, for example, this source of income will help you pay the bills, therefore helping you lead a normal life until you are back on your feet.

How long do I have?

This type of claim must be issued within three years of the date of injury. However, if the incident happened more than three years ago, it may still be possible to bring a claim if you have only just discovered the injury was caused by a defective product.

According to the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), any claims against certain products should be brought within ten years from the date the specific product was brought into circulation, after which, all rights under the CPA are extinguished.

Contact us

If you have sustained an injury after using a hair or beauty product, contact the team at Lupton Fawcett to discuss your next steps. Contact us by calling 0333 323 5292, or complete the enquiry form on this page and we will be in touch.

Manual Handling Accidents

All employees MUST be trained how to manually handle and lift loads. That’s the Law. They also have to have regular updates to their training. Where possible and not totally impracticable, lifting aids must be supplied.

If you have sustained an injury due to the manual handling of a load during your employment, you may be able to make a claim. We will do all the hard work, looking through risk assessments, training records etc. which we will get from your employers, and you can concentrate on getting better!

Why Choose Lupton Fawcett?

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