Shires Law Gives Professional Advice to Victims of Scarring from Laser Hair Removal Treatments

Personal injury cases don’t just involve road traffic accidents or workplace accidents. An increasing number of personal injury claims involve beauty treatments such as laser hair removal as well, as Shires Law confirms. And the law firm readily provides the advice and assistance burn and scarring victims need.

UNITED KINGDOM – 1 Sep, 2017 – Shires Law has been helping personal injury victims for a good number of years, and it comes from these years of experience that the law firm can confidently say that there is an increase in personal injury cases involving beauty treatments. Beauty treatments can range from procedures such as Botox, facials, waxing, and the like, but it can also involve more invasive procedures such as cosmetic surgery of all kinds.

But one beauty treatment procedure involving the use of lasers has received a lot of attention in recent years: laser hair removal treatments. Whilst the procedure is normally effective, there are instances where the treatment has resulted in laser burns and scarring. As Shires Law confirms, “…Whilst this type of procedure is often carried out well – with some amazing results – it is not without its own set of risks. You must remember, after all, that laser treatment is not properly regulated, which means that it can be done by virtually anyone without the proper set of skills or even the right training.”

For some, the injury can be minor, such as a surface first degree burn. But for others, the personal injury can result in prolonged pain and suffering as well as extensive medical expenses and loss of income. Those who develop scarring from a laser burn may even go through psychological issues or trauma, which can affect their future outlook and opportunities as well.

For Shires Law, however, the answer is clear: seek compensation as soon as possible. Victims of burn and scarring should gather all the evidence they need, be it photographs of their injury, medical records and receipts, travel expense receipts, details of absences from work, etc. in order to put forth their claim. Claiming compensation, according to Shires Law, is also now made easier with the No Win, No Fee agreement, which allows individuals to seek help from a solicitor without having to worry about fees and charges. The No Win, No Fee agreement stipulates that a fee will only be paid to the solicitor if the claim is successful and if the claimant has received their compensation.

About the company:

Shires Law is a renowned and respected law firm specialising in personal injury compensation claims. To learn more about compensation for a laser burn, visit the Shires Law website.

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State: England
Country: United Kingdom