If you’ve suffered hair damage or an injury following a visit to your hairdressing salon or a barbers, you may be entitled to compensation.
Our friendly and professional team provide clear legal advice on hairdressing claims and can guide you through the process every step of the way.
With free access to legal experts, finding out whether you might have a claim is quick, easy and hassle free.
Our hairdressing claims are handled by female legal specialists who understand how devastating it can be If your hair has been damaged. Whether your hair has been chemically damaged, you have suffered an injury or any other damage to your hair following a visit to the hairdressers, our claim specialist are here to help.
Find out if you can claim compensation, it’s fast and easy.
Colours including tints, bleach, highlights - colour mixed incorrectly, or product left on the hair too long by the hairdresser. Bleach may well cause scalp damage or hair loss.
Hair Extensions not correctly applied, either applied too tight or too near the scalp, may cause traction alopecia.
Perms - perming solution left on too long/chemically damaged hair.
Straightening procedures - product left on too long/ chemically damaged hair.
Allergic reaction to product used - no patch test carried out within 48 hours prior to the application of the product.
Scalp damage, hair loss/alopecia
Our panel of solicitors offer a no win, no fee service. This simply means that if you don’t win your claim, there will be no cost to you.
Customers typically pay a success fee of 25% of the amount recovered to cover legal costs. This may vary, but will always be agreed with your solicitors upfront.
If you would like to know more about your available options, we’re here to help. It’s free to talk to us – and there’s no pressure to start a claim.
You can claim compensation for damage to your hair. Your solicitors will arrange for you to be seen by a hair specialist (Trichologist) who will provide evidence in support of the damage to your hair and any associated scalp damage.
The Trichologist will confirm the percentage of hair that is damaged and the length of time it will take for your hair to grow out. It is important to take some photographs of the damage to your hair as these will be used by the Trichologist when preparing the report to claim compensation for you.
When someone attends a hairdresser they may already have a colour on their hair. The hairdresser should carry out a patch test 48 hours prior to the application of the product to make sure that the product they intend to use is suitable for you. If this is not carried out, you may suffer with an allergic reaction and scalp irritation.
In some cases, the product used may not be suitable for your hair causing chemically damaged hair. It is the responsibility of the hairdresser to decide whether a product is suitable, even if you requested it.
Clients describe their hair as feeling like chewing gum, being unable to get a comb/brush through their hair and unable to manage it at all. This is extremely distressing and upsetting.as unfortunately chemically damaged hair does not repair itself, it has to be grown out.
If you have had an accident of this type and you have been left with chemically damaged hair or hair loss you could be entitled to compensation.
We understand that this type of accident can be extremely upsetting and frustrating. We offer a sympathetic ear with advice on how to claim and talk you through the procedure step by step without adding to the upset you are already suffering from.