EDWARDSVILLE – A customer at a nail
salon is suing over injuries she allegedly received during a
Judy Broshaw filed the suit April 14 in
Madison County Circuit Court against My Nails Salon and Fion Chan,
the salon manager.
On Aug. 19, 2014,
an employee of My Nails Salon placed a blue liquid on the plaintiff's
feet during a pedicure. The liquid allegedly caused immediate
irritation to the plaintiff's skin, according to the complaint.
Broshaw alleges the defendants negligently failed to properly
sanitize all pedicure-related items, applied the liquid directly to
the client's feet when it should have been diluted, failed to perform
the pedicure in accordance with written policies and procedures and
failed to perform it in accordance with industry standards.
Also, the plaintiff alleges Chan failed to properly train and supervise the employee
who performed the pedicure.
As a result, Broshaw claims she experienced burns to both feet, permanent disfigurement, pain
and suffering and medical expenses.
The plaintiff seeks judgment in excess
of $50,000 plus court costs. She is represented by Gregory S. Motil
of Williamson, Webster, Falb & Glisson in Alton.
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