Hair salon argues client's personal injury claims barred by statute of limitations

By John Suayan | Feb 1, 2019


HOUSTON – The defendant in a state district lawsuit over a botched hair dye job has formally responded to the litigation.

Regis Corp., doing business as TGF Hair Salon, submitted an original answer into Leroy Williamson’s November 2018 suit on Jan. 22.

According to the 3-page document, Williamson’s claims that he was injured while receiving the service in question at the respondent’s business at a Walmart located at 4900 Garth Rd. in Baytown two years ago “are barred in whole or in part by the applicable statute of limitations.”

As previously reported in The Southeast Texas Record, the plaintiff suffered sores and “patches of hair missing” because of the dye and had to miss approximately two months of work.

The law firm Mayer LLP in Dallas is representing the business.

Harris County 189th District Court Case No. 2018-85671

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