While many people have been reaping the benefits of laser hair removal since this fairly new technology became available for public use, the need for a good laser hair removal injury law firm Washington DC community members can rely on is on the rise. The popularity of laser hair removal continues to grow even though more and more people are becoming aware of the risks involved with this procedure. Laser hair removal can cause serious 2nd and 3rd degree burns, permanent scarring and disfigurement. A victim of a laser hair removal injury may be entitled to compensation for expenses related to their injury.
A good way to help a person determine whether or not they may be able to get monetary compensation through a personal injury claim, is to discuss their situation with a personal injury law firm that has experienced lawyers- who understand laser hair removal and the rights of people who were injured by this.
Laser Hair Removal Technology
When done correctly, laser hair removal can be a safe and effective way to permanently get rid of hair. The way this technology works is the laser sends streams of invisible light to a hair follicle. The heat from the light destroys the hair follicle and hair no longer grows out of it (although some people have to have an area of their body treated more than once before the hair growth completely stops).
While dermatologists and plastic surgeons were some of the first people to perform laser hair removal when the technology was first made available to the public, this is now a service that many different salons and spas offer. Many spas and salons employ people who have been properly trained to do laser hair removal but unfortunately, this is not always the case. Different states have different laws and requirements over who can perform laser hair removal and what kind of training they need to go through to be allowed to do this legally.
When done correctly, laser hair removal is not supposed to injure anyone. If you have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. The Washington DC injury lawyers of Cohen & Cohen can help.
Compensation for Laser Hair Removal Injuries
If someone is injured because of a laser hair removal procedure, the person performing the procedure and/or the facility that employs him or her, may be liable for the person’s injuries. A good way to begin determining whether or not you may be entitled to compensation for a laser hair removal injury performed in Washington DC or the surrounding states, is by contacting a laser hair removal injury law firm Washington D.C. is fortunate to have in its midst.
People who are injured from laser hair removal procedures often try to seek compensation for the following:
- Emergency room costs
- Medical costs
- Hospital costs
- Loss of income
- Cost of prescription and over the counter medicines and treatments
- Permanent scarring
The above are just some of the more common reasons people seek compensation for a hair laser removal injury. Different circumstances warrant different reasons to seek compensation. In the event of injuries that have catastrophic results such as death, a laser hair removal injury victim’s surviving family members may be entitled to compensation.
If you or someone you love has been injured from a laser hair removal procedure, discussing your situation with a lawyer who is licensed to practice in the state you were injured in may help you make more informed decisions about what your next steps should be. For a highly rated laser hair removal injury law firm Washington DC is proud to call its own, contact Cohen & Cohen, P.C. for a free case evaluation.