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- What is Tattoo Removal?
- What Are Some of the Most Common Injuries Caused by Tattoo Removals?
- How Much Compensation Could I Claim for Tattoo Removal Injuries?
- What are the Symptoms of Tattoo Scarring and How Can I Get Diagnosed?
- Is Tylers Solicitors a No-Win, No-Fee Personal Injury Firm?
- Why Should I Choose Tylers Solicitors to Handle My Tattoo Removal Injury Claim?
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Many people decide to get tattoos for many different reasons, some to enhance their looks, some to pay tribute to a loved one(s) and some to cover body parts they feel less comfortable with. Before a tattoo artist begins to tattoo a person’s body, they’re obliged to carry out various checks to ensure that person is medically able to have a tattoo in their tattoo parlour. Sometimes a tattooist can mess up your tattoo and you would want it removed asap. Some tattooists have even misspelt names of people, leading up to the tattoo removal process.
If these checks haven’t been performed correctly or to the correct standard, and you’ve suffered any kind of injury as a result (such as tattoo scarring), then you could be entitled to compensation if you have been tattoed incorrectly.
Removing a tattoo is the process of getting rid of a tattoo from your body leaving you with clear, unmarked skin once the procedure is complete. However, due to malpractice and negligence injuries can occur such as tattoo scarring. This can usually occur when you have been tattoed incorrectly and visited a novice tattoo removal ‘specialist’.
Many laser tattoo removals take place when a person is unhappy with their tattoo because they’ve grown to resent it or if the tattoo didn’t turn out the way they had hoped. Laser tattoo removal treatment can be very costly, involving high-powered laser beams which pass through the skin, breaking down the tattoo ink until it starts to disappear. This process is completed over several treatments but can lead to tattoo injury claims due to malpractice.
An experienced, qualified and a fully trained tattoo removal specialist should carry out any removal procedures, taking into consideration all safety measures and possible health risks.
Tattoo removal treatments, if completed incorrectly, can cause injuries such as:
- Scarring (as a result of infected tattoos)
- Burns or blisters due to misuse of equipment
- Emotional trauma
If the tattoo removal treatment you received was not carried out in accordance with strict health and safety regulations then you could be entitled to some compensation. For the best information, we need to know your circumstances. Contact Tylers Solicitors today for an initial telephone discussion where we’ll discuss your claim grounds in detail and advise you on the actions you should take for your compensation claim. You can reach our office at Freephone numbers; 0800 699 0079 or 0333 577 0320, you can also email a member of the team direct on email@example.com.
The amount of money you will receive for tattoo removal injuries depend on many factors such as the extent of suffering you were exposed to, treatment costs in rectifying your injuries and the lasting damage caused by your poor treatment.
In order to receive the highest level of compensation, you need to hire solicitors who’re experienced in product liability compensation claims. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we have a team of specialist product liability personal injury solicitors who have years of experience in claims of this nature. A high percentage of compensation cases are settled outside of court because of admission of guilt.
The best way, with any kind of injury claim, to receive the most accurate amount of compensation is to seek medical advice when you start to feel or show the symptoms.
Symptoms of poor tattoo removal treatments differ from person to person but often include;
- Excess swelling
- Tattoo scarring
- Burning sensations
- Severe pain
- Infections & disease
- Allergic reactions
If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, or symptoms which alarm you seek medical advice instantly. Ensure you take photographs to support your claim as they’re often used as vital pieces of evidence.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we’re a no win, no fee personal injury solicitors which means that if you don’t win your case, you don’t pay any fees. We are the experts when it comes to claiming compensation for tattoo scarring injuries.
Where you may have a tattoo removed…
People get tattoos all over their body and it can differ in pain.Here are some of the more common places people have tattoos removed:
If you have decided that you want a tattoo removed from your body make sure that you choose tattoo removers that are professional and who understand the health and safety laws first, and are qualified to remove your unwanted tattoo. You will then be rest assured that they will carry out your tattoo laser surgery with complete care and you are not left disfigured.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we work closely with our clients to ensure they get the compensation they deserve. With our legal advice, our clients know what stage their claims at during every step and we don’t stop until we get results. If you’ve suffered an injury due to a tattoo removal procedure which has gone wrong, contact a member of the Tylers Solicitors now on 0800 699 0079 or 0333 577 0320, you can also email a member of the team direct on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are your number one personal injury solicitors in Manchester who deal with a lot of commercial claims. Injuries such as these can cause rifts between friends and family as visible scars can cause psychological injuries too, which can lead to you needing therapy, all because of clinical negligence.
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We accept Nationwide tattoo removal compensation claims
No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your tattoo removal compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.