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I made a mistake of paying over the phone for laser hair removal in November 2009. I paid a $1000 deposit and then 500+ every month until the balance of $5,000+ for the full body hair removal. The owner promised up to 90% reduction and permanent results. I never signed anything. After the first 3 very painful treatment, i've noticed no results and asked for my money back. The owner refused and ins offered that instead they would treatment with a different laser, ND YAG Candela Gentle. I also saw increased hair growth in areas where i had fine hair. There was never any evaluation by a physician. After almost 3 years, i've seen no results and came out looking worse than before. What are my best options? Will I be able to get a lawyer on a contingency fee or small claims. Very low incomefor the trial, will i need to bring new hormone lab tests ( i guess for testosterone), although i had some lab tests done during those treatments, should i get something in writing from another clinic or another doctor( like a dermatologist) to support my case. I also kept photographs and some videos before and after the treatments. I later found out that they used an inappropriate laser to treat me (ND Yag on a light skinned Caucasian patient) and a low setting which triggered hair growth in areas where there was fine hair before. They also wanted to me sign a release form stating that i would destroy all photographs and never talk about it or publish anything on the internet in exchange for $295 touch ups
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