Laser Hair Removal Negligence Burns Claims Guide – How To Clam Compensation For Laser Burn Negligence?

Welcome to this guide to laser hair removal burns claims. Whether your beautician has caused  laser hair removal blisters due to negligence, or you’ve been burned badly, we could help you make a claim for compensation.

From slips and trips, to road traffic accidents, to workplace incidents… We are all aware of the most common types of personal injury claims. However, there are other incidents that are less common, yet just as important. One of these is beauty treatments that have gone wrong. In this guide, we will take a look at laser treatment in particular.

Laser treatments are increasing in popularity. There are lots of different types of laser treatments, from those designed to improve vision, to laser treatments to clear up acne or scars, to hair removal. Generally, these treatments go well, yet there are unfortunate instances whereby mistakes are made. If you have been the victim of a laser treatment that has gone wrong it is likely you will be entitled to compensation.

Laser hair removal burns claims – could you claim?

In this guide, we are going to deal with claims for laser hair removal negligence specifically. Here at, we can help you to get connected with the solicitor to get the compensation you deserve. We have years of experience when it comes to laser hair removal burn claims. Before you call 0161 696 9685 though, read on to discover everything you need to know about making this type of accident claim.

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A Guide To Claims For Injuries Caused By Laser Hair Removal Negligence

Laser hair removal negligence claims guide

Laser hair removal negligence claims guide

This is a treatment that is extremely popular in the United Kingdom at present. It is imperative to be aware of the fact that laser treatment is actually used as a part of several different treatments. From removing hair to reducing the appearance of acne, it has many purposes. In this guide specifically, we are concentrating on laser treatments for hair removal. However, you can claim for any type of laser treatment that has gone wrong.

Most people have laser treatment and are over the moon! They feel like a completely different person. However, for a very small number of people, this is not the case. If you have fallen victim to someone who has not carried out laser treatment properly, you will be entitled to claim. There are several issues that can happen because the procedure was not carried out right. For instance, the person could have exposed you to too much laser, or they may have failed to inform you about the risks beforehand. In this guide, we will answer all of the questions you have about this type of case. This includes the following: Can you get burned from laser hair removal? Can I sue for laser hair removal? Is laser hair removal bad? How much laser hair removal burn compensation will I receive? If you still have any queries by the time you get to the end of this guide, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

What Is Laser Hair Removal Treatment?

Laser hair removal treatment involves removing unwanted hair from a patient’s body by using pulses of laser light to destroy the hair follicle. This treatment has been available commercially in the UK for over 20 years now, and has become one of the more common hair removal treatments over here. There are a number of reasons why this is the case, including the fact that this is one of the more long-term hair removal solutions. Not only this, but laser hair removal treatment can be carried out quickly and problematic areas are targeted, meaning the surrounding areas will not be impacted.

What Is Laser Hair Removal Burn Negligence?

Laser hair removal negligence refers to any instances whereby laser hair removal has not been carried out properly. There are a few issues that can arise if the professional has not carried out the laser treatment correctly. One of the major issues is when the individual has been exposed to too much laser. This can result in scarring and burns. It can also cause a change in pigmentation and skin texture. Failure to provide protective equipment or follow the correct procedure can cause injuries. The therapist also needs to discover the details of the individual’s medical history. They will have to test the customer’s skin sensitivity as well. Failure to act thoroughly before the procedure can also cause issues. If your therapist has acted in a way they shouldn’t or failed to do certain steps they should have, and this has caused an injury, this is laser hair removal burn negligence.

How Much Can I Claim For Laser Hair Removal Burn And Negligence?

You probably want to know how much laser hair removal burn compensation you will receive if you make a claim. There are a lot of personal injury claims calculator tools online, which promise to tell you exactly how much you will receive if you make a claim. We do not recommend using these tools because it is impossible to tell you exactly how much you will receive if you make a claim, as all cases are assessed on an individual basis. Instead, the best thing to do is look at the amounts people have received when making claims for injuries similar to yours. We have put this information together in the table below. If you cannot find the injury that you have sustained, please do not hesitate to give us a call for more information.

Injury sustainedTypical payout
Trivial Facial Scarring£1,500 to £3,090
Less Significant Facial Scarring£3,460 to £12,050
Significant Scarring Facial Scarring£7,990 to £26,380
Less Severe Facial Scarring£15,750 to £42,460
Very Severe Scarring Facial Scarring£26,120 to £85,340
Burns (Over 40% of the body)Likely to exceed £91,910
Less Severe Psychiatric Damage£1,350 to £5,130
Moderate Psychiatric Damage£5,130 to £16,720
Moderately Severe Psychiatric Damage£16,720 to £48,080
Severe Psychiatric Damage£48,080 to £101,470

How Laser Hair Removal Burn Injury Claims Are Calculated

It is imperative to note that compensation is split into two sections.

General damages

To begin with, you have general damages, which relates to the compensation you will get as a result of your suffering and the extent of your injury. Nonetheless, you will also receive special damages.

Special damages

Special damages are any out of pocket costs you have incurred because of the injury. This can be anything from childcare fees and travel expenses, to medical costs and loss of earnings.

Common Laser Hair Removal Burn And Negligence Injuries

There are many different injuries that could happen due to laser hair removal negligence. This includes the following:

  • Psychologicall issues
  • Tenderness on the skin
  • Severe sensitivity on the skin
  • Scarring
  • Skin irritation
  • Burns

Laser Hair Removal Skin Blister Injury Claims

You can definitely make a claim for compensation if you have had blisters on your skin afterward. This can happen if the person carrying out the treatment has penetrated the skin too deeply. This would typically occur if the person was untrained or had inadequate training. If this has occurred, you definitely have the basis for a payout. Give us a call today for more information.

Laser Hair Removal Skin Burn Injury Claims

Can laser hair removal burn your skin? Similarly to blisters, you could experience a burn if the person carrying out the treatment has left the laser on the skin for too long and penetrated it. This would happen if the individual simply was not taking the correct level of care when carrying out the treatment, or if they had not received the right level of training. Either way, you will be able to claim for compensation if this has happened to you.

Laser Hair Removal Burns On Arms And Armpits

Laser hair removal is popular on the arms and armpit area. If you have experienced any sort of negligence during this treatment, you will be able to make a claim. There are many ways that laser hair removal can go wrong if it has not been carried out properly. This includes issues with skin pigmentation, causing an uneven skin tone, as well as blisters and burns and even nerve damage. No matter what has happened, whether you have experienced laser hair removal burns on your arms or any other injury, we will help you to get the compensation you deserve.

Laser Hair Removal Burns On Legs

Just like the arms, the legs have become a popular part of the body for laser hair removal. A lot of people prefer this because it is a lot more convenient. The impact of laser treatment can last for up to seven months, whereas shaving your legs may only last for a day or two. However, the benefits of laser hair removal treatment will be erased if the treatment has not been carried out properly. If this has occurred, and your skin has been scarred, burned, or you have experienced any other symptoms, call today to make a claim.

Laser Hair Removal Scar Injury Claims – Could Laser Hair Removal Blisters Cause Permanent Scars?

If you have been left with a scar, or any other type of irreversible damage on your skin, because of laser hair removal treatment, you can definitely claim. Call us today for more details.

Claims For Uneven Skin Tone

Aside from the other injuries that have been mentioned, laser hair removal can cause uneven skin tone to arise if carried out incorrectly. This can then lead to psychological injuries for the person who has experienced this. We can help you to claim for the physical and mental injuries associated with this type of injury.

What Duty Of Care Am I Owed By A Clinician Or Beautician?

When you go for laser hair removal treatment at a beauty salon, your beautician or clinician should explain the treatment and they should go over any of the risks that are associated with it. This is a legal requirement under their ‘duty of care’ to you. They must also carry out the procedure in the correct manner, ensuring that you are not harmed during the process. There are a number of rules and regulations in place governing the beauty and cosmetic sector, and if the salon has breached these regulations, you can make a claim.

Precautions Beauticians Should Take When Conducting Laser Hair Removal

There are a number of precautions that a laser hair removal technician must take in accordance with the law. This includes the following:

  • Use proper techniques and sterilised equipment while carrying out this procedure
  • Educate clients about laser hair removal, the aftercare procedure, and what to do if there are any issues
  • Give clients the chance to change their mind if they have any concerns
  • Perform a patch test
  • Make detailed notes about your medical history
  • Inform potential clients about any possible risks
  • Ensure the client has realistic expectations
  • Perform a thorough assessment of the client’s skin and health condition

Time Limits For Laser Hair Removal Burns And Negligence Claims

It is important to recognise that there are time limits in place for all personal injury claims. Please refer to the table below for more information.

CircumstancesTime Limit
Laser treatment injury3 years from the date of the accident
Criminal activity involved2 years from the date of the accident

How To Start A Claim For Laser Hair Removal Burns Negligence

Have you suffered laser hair removal burn marks? Was it your fault? If not, you will likely be entitled to compensation. is here to assist those that find themselves in this situation. We are one of the UK’s leading firms. We will put you in touch with a UK based specialist No Win, No Fee personal injury solicitors who will handle your claim for you. They will take all of the hassle off your shoulders and ensure you get the full amount you deserve. Nonetheless, there are a few things you can do to help your cause, and these are as follows…

See A Medical Professional – First thing is first, make sure you go and see a doctor after you have suffered this type of injury. This is one of the biggest mistakes people make. After all, a laser burn can sometimes be a minor injury, and therefore people feel they can look after themselves rather than enduring a trip to the doctor. However, if you do not see a medical professional there will be no proof that you have even suffered a laser hair removal injury in the first place, and so you will not be able to claim.

Get Contact Details Of Witnesses – Of course, it is important to try and get the contact details of the person that caused the accident. Usually, this should not be too difficult. However, the perpetrator’s details are not all that you need. If you can get any contact details from people that witnessed the accident, then do! Their statements can prove to be a very valuable tool when it comes to getting you the full amount of compensation you deserve. Perhaps someone accompanied you to your appointment?

Keep Proof Of Expenses – Last but not least, it is vital to make sure you keep proof of any expenses that you encounter because of the accident. Have you had to arrange additional childcare for your children? Have you had to pay for various medicines? Have you suffered a loss of earnings because of an inability to work? Whatever the reason may be, you will be able to claim for these as special damages when it comes to your laser burn settlement, and so receipts are pivotal.

No Win No Fee Claims For Laser Hair Removal Burns And Blisters

No Win No Fee compensation claim

No Win No Fee compensation claim

To determine whether you have the good basis for a claim you simply need to ensure the incident occurred within the personal injury claims time limit, that it was not your fault, and that you received medical attention for your laser removal burns. If you can do so, the next thing you ought to do is get in touch with a quality No Win, No Fee personal injury lawyer. Going down the No Win, No Fee route is highly recommended for a variety of reasons. If you go for this kind of solicitor you are going to benefit from a better level of service, as the solicitor is going to be more impacted by the outcome of your case and they will not take it on if they do not believe you have a good chance of getting compensation.

Aside from this, one of the main motives for choosing a No Win, No Fee solicitor is the fact that you will not need any money to begin your claim. Moreover, you eliminate the financial risk that is associated with going for a traditional solicitor. This is something a lot of individuals worry about. After all, the financial implications are potentially damaging if you lose your case and do not go for a No Win, No Fee service.

On a final note, you will be pleased to know that all the solicitors who we connect you with at work on a No Win, No Fee basis. Therefore, if you have suffered a laser hair removal burn injury, you ought to call our free helpline to discover more and be matched to a specialist solicitor who will handle everything for you.

Why Make A Laser Hair Removal Burns Negligence Claim With Us

If you have suffered because of a laser treatment that has gone wrong all you need to do is get in touch with to make a claim. We are one of the leading companies of our kind in the country. We have an extensive amount of experience in personal injury claims, having been set up many years ago and successfully helping thousands of personal injury victims since. When you call our helpline you will speak to one of our advisers and they will put you in touch with a great specialist solicitor to handle your laser hair claim. All of these solicitors work on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that you do not need any money to begin your claim and financial risk is diminished dramatically. So, what are you waiting for? Give us a call today. The process we follow is really straightforward, as you will see from the table below.

Contact our team by email, phone, or post. Our team will assess your claim.Once you are ready, we can then start your claim.

Contact Our Advisors About Claiming For Laser Hair Removal Blisters And Burns

If you are ready to make a claim for the laser burn negligence you have experienced, all you need to do is give a call today on 0161 696 9685. You can reach us any day of the week, from 9 am until 9 pm, so please call at any time that is convenient for you. There are other ways to get in touch with us too, for instance, you can leave your contact details and we will call you back at the earliest opportunity.

Advice For Victims Of Beautician Negligence Including Laser Hair Removal Blisters

What the NHS says about laser hair removal – This page from the NHS might be of interest.

Scarring NHS – Another page from the NHS – this time about scarring.

FAQ About Negligence Claims

Could I make a claim for negligent medical treatment for a laser burn that has led to permanent scarring?

If you visit a medical professional to get advice and treatment for a laser hair removal burn or a laser hair removal blister, you would expect to receive care that is safe. If you do not receive a safe standard of care from the medical practitioner you see, this could lead to your injury becoming worse. It may lead to it becoming harder to treat too. In some cases, it could lead to permanent scarring. If you have suffered a permanent scar due to negligent medical treatment or advice regarding a laser hair removal burn you could make a claim for clinical negligence.

You would need to prove that but for the medical negligence you’d experienced, your injury would not be as bad as it is. Please remember, when making such claims, you are not actually claiming for the initial burn itself. Rather, you would be claiming for the worsening of the injury due to clinical negligence.

How much are clinical negligence claims costing the NHS?

If you’re wondering how common clinical negligence claims could be and how much they pay out, we can show you this figure. According to NHS Resolution, this is the amount paid out in reference to clinical negligence claims in 2020- 2021. It does include legal costs as well as clinical negligence payouts.

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If you believe you could have cause to claim medical negligence compensation, we could help you with this kind of claim too. Please contact our team and we’ll be happy to assess your case to see if you could be eligible to claim.