Has the beard trend seen its peak? Whether it has or it hasn’t, beards are still being sported in force this winter.
While a well-pruned beard can leave you looking stylishly suave, as with all things in life there are risks involved with beard upkeep, for instance, have you considered the potential injuries when thinning out your beard?
When it comes to beard maintenance, you may not experience common personal injuries such as those caused by slips, trips and falls, but there are still potential injuries when thinning out your beard that you should be aware of.
Beyond trips and falls: Injuries when thinning out your beard
When thinning out your beard, it is essential to first tame the hair by combing and untangling any knots. Using your beard trimmer, you then need to trim your beard in small sections, using scissors to cut away any particularly unruly strands and segments.
It all seems so simple – so how do injuries when thinning out your beard occur?
Apart from small cuts and grazes that regularly occur when shaving and trimming, you may be unfortunate enough to have purchased a malfunctioning trimmer which can cause injuries when thinning out your beard.
Placing blame for injuries when thinning out your beard
If you believe that a third party, for example your beard-trimmer manufacturer, caused the injury you sustained when thinning out your beard, you may be able to claim personal injury compensation for the injury you have sustained.
You may not have experienced an accident at work, a slip or fall, or a road-related accident, but if someone else is liable for the harm you have suffered, Accident Advice Helpline could be able to help you claim the compensation you are entitled to.
Getting in touch with us
With over 15 years’ experience in the personal injury claims sector, Accident Advice Helpline has a team of expert lawyers on hand to manage your claim, no matter the circumstances surrounding your claim.
To find out if you have a case eligible to claim personal injury compensation, head online and complete our quick and easy 30-second eligibility test.
Alternatively, speak with one of our friendly, trained advisors, with absolutely no pressure to pursue your claim, on free phone number 0800 689 0500. Lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Date Published: December 9, 2015
Author: David Brown