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#11539 - 05/06/02 06:31 PM Choosing a lawyer
Andrea Offline founder
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If you have been the victim of a hair removal practitioner who has injured you, finding a lawyer will be a fairly simple situation.

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Choose your state and the topics:
consumer protection
personal injury -- plaintiff
medical malpractice law

If you have paid for a device or service that made unsubstantiated claims of permanent hair removal, you will have a somewhat more difficult time, but it's not impossible. I recently helped a woman get back $2750.00 due to a company making false and deceptive claims about a device's effectiveness.

If your losses were under $5,000 in most states, you can sue in small claims court. You can either hire a lawyer to help or do it yourself. Many scammers are excperienced with litigation because they've been sued many times, so it may be in your best interest to have a pro help out. Keep in mind they will probably take a significant portion of any money you get back, as their fee.

If you wish to sue in small claims court yourself, I will be outlining the steps you need to take in the near future. Stay tuned!

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#77302 - 07/27/10 04:42 PM Re: Choosing a lawyer [Re: Andrea]
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