Myrella Ikeda was a woman with a dream. She wanted to be a model, and she was incredibly close. After years of hard work, she'd landed a photo shoot for a high profile magazine. She envisioned this as her path to stardom. In fact, the only thing left to do before her date with destiny was to hop into a salon to get a quick touch-up on her hair.
Sadly, that's the closest Myrella ever got to her dreams. After a horrific 8 hours in the salon, she left with her hair a complete mess. Clumps of it were falling off, and she had painful chemical burns all along her scalp where hair product had been applied incorrectly and left on her for far too long. She went home in tears, cancelled her photo shoot, and gave up on her dream.
The Salon called the next week to apologize, and the manager explained that the hair dresser who'd taken care of Myrella had been on drugs, as if that was supposed to make her feel better. Myrella's depression turned into anger, as she realized that her dreams had been destroyed not because of an honest mistake, but because of another person's careless disregard for her safety.
She took matters into her own hands, filing a Premises lawsuit against the salon in question for allowing an employee to be this reckless. This has proven to be a difficult case. While it's clear that Myrella suffered because of the business, the correlation between her hair being damaged and her loss of livelihood is more difficult to make. Because of that, she's spent years in court, trying to prove how much the salon took from her on that one day.
This is where Pre-Settlement Funding makes a huge difference in someone's struggle. With financial backing from a company like us, Myrella can continue to pursue justice for as long as she needs.
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