I bought a Conair hairbrush that immediately got so stuck in my hair, that I had to call a friend, who it took 3+ hours to remove. I tried using conditioner, oils, eggs, and even butter to lubricate it. I am already suffering from hair loss, and this hairbrush yanked out a lot more. Because of this, I missed out on a $200 gig. It was quite traumatic, actually, and I'm still very upset about the incident. I've kept the slimy, hairy brush in a plastic bag as "evidence." Now I wonder if I could be compensated for costs of the hairbrush, materials used to removed it, and the payment for the work I missed out on because of it. Thanks for your help.
Personal Injury Lawyer
I agree with Jason. Good luck!
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Not many lawyers would be interested in handling such a case as the cost of pursuing it would be higher than a likely recovery. But, you could sue for up to $10,000 in small claims court. You may wish to report the product to the Consumer Product Safety Commission and see if they have had similar complaints. They may be able to help you.