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Was it a mistake putting a claim in against my hairdresser?

(12 Posts)
Beeswax2017 Thu 05-May-16 19:49:24

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TheWeeBabySeamus1 Thu 05-May-16 19:52:13

If they don't provide Insurers details then get your solicitors to issue the claim directly on the salon owners... They'll soon pass on the details.

MadamDeathstare Thu 05-May-16 19:55:57

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MadamDeathstare Thu 05-May-16 19:57:35

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Beeswax2017 Thu 05-May-16 20:01:02

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noeuf Thu 05-May-16 20:11:55

Op I don't think there should be any issue with you suing for damages/compensation either.

I don't get the anti suing and dismissive stance on here of 'nobody died' so compensation isn't morally justified.

PuppyMonkey Thu 05-May-16 20:14:10

Local paper?

Tweet about it?


With pix?

Kelsoooo Thu 05-May-16 20:14:38

Wouldn't RIDDOR or COSHH be interested in this? (Vaguely thinking of my H&S training I apologise)

DeathByMascara Thu 05-May-16 20:14:56

Did you post a thread about this at the time? The details seem familiar. You should absolutely pursue this, I have no legal knowledge but ten ignoring your solicitor cannot be the end of the matter, there must be further steps that can be taken.

Kelsoooo Thu 05-May-16 20:17:58

Think that means I was right. I'll ask my hubby when he comes down. He's a H+S expert

Beeswax2017 Thu 05-May-16 20:22:01

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Nyancat Thu 05-May-16 20:28:45

Just get your solicitor to issue proceedings against then directly naming them as defendant. It's up to them whether they then pass it on to their insurers.

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