Frequently Asked Questions
Being injured by a consumer product can leave victims with serious pain and suffering, expensive medical bills, and confusion as to where they can turn for the help they need. At The Driscoll Firm, we are dedicated to holding companies responsible when their products cause injuries to unsuspecting consumers. Right now, we’re investigating claims that some users of the hair coloring product Just for Men have suffered significant and painful burns, in addition to other side effects, after using this product.
If you’ve suffered such an injury, we know that you likely have a number of questions about the legal options available to you. For your convenience, the following list answers some of the questions we are asked most frequently. If the information you’re looking for isn’t provided here, or if you’d like to discuss your situation in greater detail, contact our Just for Men side effects lawyers today by calling (800) 900-7704.
What side effects could I suffer from using Just for Men?
There are a variety of different side effects, some of which are potentially severe, that you could experience after using Just for Men hair dye. Some of the most significant of these side effects include blistering skin, weeping sores, severe itching, severe burns, and facial scarring. If you have used Just for Men and have experienced any of these side effects, it’s important to contact a medical professional as soon as possible to receive the care and treatment you need. Additionally, you may want to consider contacting an experienced attorney who can help you evaluate your full range of legal options.
If I used the product for years but only now suffered injury, could I still be eligible for compensation?
Yes. In fact, many of the injury reports that are coming forward are from men who have been long-time users of the product, but only recently suffered serious injury after using it. This fact has caused some to speculate that the company changed the chemical composition of the product, although they deny this fact. Regardless, if you’ve suffered injury after using Just for Men, even if you used the product without incident for years, you could still be eligible for compensation from the makers of this product. To learn more about your potential eligibility for compensation, contact The Driscoll Firm today.
Who is responsible for the injuries I suffered after using Just for Men?
In most cases where consumers are injured by a dangerous product, it is the product’s manufacturer or designer who is ultimately responsible for the injuries they have suffered. In this case, individuals may be able to secure compensation from Just for Men’s parent company, Combe Incorporated. However, it is impossible to say for sure who is responsible for your injuries and other damages without knowing more about the specifics of your case. Contact The Driscoll Firm today to discuss your experience with a member of our legal team in greater detail.
Do I need a lawyer to receive compensation?
The short answer is no, you are not legally required to have an attorney represent you in legal matters. However, when taking legal action because of a dangerous or defective product, it is extremely difficult to get compensation without the assistance of an experienced attorney. Large product manufacturers typically have massive teams of attorneys ready to defend them against any legal action, and without a similarly experienced team fighting for you, it’s highly unlikely you will be able to recover the full and fair compensation you need for your resulting losses.
How can I determine if my injuries were caused by Just for Men?
If you’ve suffered burns, blistering, or other serious skin problems and you believe that the hair dye product Just for Men is responsible for these side effects, you should visit a doctor as soon as possible. Not only can a doctor help make sure you get the treatment you need for these injuries, but they may be able to advise you as to the cause of these injuries. If you do visit a doctor, make sure you keep all paperwork and records from your visit, as these could be incredibly important if you decide to take legal action against the makers of Just for Men for the pain and suffering you have been forced to experience.