I was getting a wax service done at a nail salon , this is nothing new the day I went to the salon I went to the section where the waxing took place I laid down the waxer then applied the wax to my eyebrow I immediately jumped letting her know it was to hot, before the words came out she said oh is it to hot ? I said yes , not thinking anything of it she started on the other eye waxing with the same wax ! It was over she gave me the mirror but it was to dark to tell something was wrong at that point , I paid for my services , leaving out I was on the phone handeling a personal matter so I didn’t look when I got in the car as I’m driving home I was feeling a burning sensation I pulled the mirror down my eyebrows were trashed they were burned so bad , I called the salon to let them know that this has never happened before and to let them know I’m going to the emergency room , the emergency room diagnosed me with bilateral burns and abrasion to both eyebrows , now I have a scars underneath my eyebrows for the rest of my life , I asked for 2,000 and the insurance company settled it with 100$ with out having my medical records ! Can I sue liberty Mutual even tho I already settled ?
You should have hired an attorney. If you have signed and returned settlement documents to Liberty Mutual, it's too late. If not, call a lawyer.
Your explanation of the settlement is hard to follow. Who gave Liberty Mutual authority to settle. If they insure the salon, did they offer $100? Did you sign a release?
I would call an attorney to discuss and see if any options remain?
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