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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Personal injury lawyer Littleborough


    Personal injury lawyer Littleborough

    If you live close to a vocational college that offers hairdressing courses or a salon that offers apprenticeships, it will be likely that you might be able to grab a free haircut if you’re willing to have your locks trimmed by a novice. You’ll have to take it on the chin if the results aren’t what you expected, but at least you’ll be able to console yourself with the fact that you’d bagged yourself a free trim and that your hair will grow back in due course. You’ll also be able to enjoy the warm glow you get when you’ve helped somebody out.

    Whilst having your free haircut however, you will still have the right to not be injured as a result of the irresponsible or negligent actions of the person cutting your hair or the salon that is responsible for her. If this were to happen, you may well be able to use the services of a top-class personal injury lawyer littleborough to take action against the salon or the college that was training the person that injured you.

    Trainee stylists and a personal injury lawyer Littleborough

    A bad haircut is one thing, but you probably won’t be expecting to walk away with any injuries after receiving a gratis trim from a trainee hair stylist, and rightfully so, Assuming you haven’t signed a disclaimer waving your right to take personal injury action that came about as a result of the negligent or irresponsible hairdresser-in-the-making, you should talk to a good personal injury lawyer in Littleborough about your personal injury options.

    There are plenty of things that can injure you while you’re having your hair seen to by a stylist who doesn’t have her mind on the job, trainee or not. You might receive scalp burns from a poorly mixed hair dye or treatment. You might get a nasty jab to the head or lose a section of your ear to a misplaced scissor swipe. You may even have piping hot tea spilled over your bare skin by a clumsy salon worker. In all of these scenarios, and others like them, you could have a personal injury claim, even if you were being seen to by a trainee.

    Get the right advice

    Personal injury law can be a minefield at the best of times, and as the fact you were using a trainee and not paying for your haircut could cloud matters further, you would be wise to retain the services of a good personal injury lawyer in Littleborough on a no win no fee basis to help you fight your case. This would mean launching your claim would not cost you a penny, and you would have nothing to pay if you claim is lost. so why not give AAH a call today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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    Date Published: 21st February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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