We all like to be pampered every now and then, don’t we? It is good for us to have a good experience like this, and it certainly helps de-stress the system a bit too. If you are fortunate enough to have a beauty salon nearby, you may book the odd treatment every now and then that you can enjoy.
Very few people will come out of a beauty salon having suffered an injury while inside. However, there is the odd case that happens every now and then that might lead to beauty salon injury compensation being paid to a client. Let’s look at how this might happen.
How could you suffer an injury in a beauty salon?
Every premises that is open to the public to use, whether by appointment or otherwise, must adhere to all the health and safety laws relevant to its operation. There should be no hazards present that could potentially cause injury to anyone on the premises. For example, any equipment or furniture on the premises should be safe to use if appropriate, and be maintained to a high standard on a regular basis.
Among the more common things to happen is for someone to experience a slip, trip or fall while on the premises. These can happen anywhere of course, but in some cases they happen because of negligence. This is when someone is responsible for making sure the premises is safe to use, and yet this does not happen. If the owner or manager does not do their duty properly, it may lead to someone being hurt in the salon. This in turn could lead to a beauty salon injury compensation claim.
Could you make a claim of this nature?
You may be asking yourself this if you have been hurt in the recent past. Providing the injury happened within the last three years, you can see whether Accident Advice Helpline could assist you in making a compensation claim. This would be on a no win, no fee* basis, which means there is no risk to you at all.
You don’t even have to pay to call us, since the number is free to call on 0800 689 0500. You can get no-obligation advice from our team of advisors, and they may pass you on to a professional injury compensation lawyer working for Accident Advice Helpline as well.
Date Published: November 7, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead