Tattoo and tattoo removal treatment compensation claims
When visiting a tattooist or tattoo removal specialist, you should always expect to receive professional treatment and care from the specialist providing your treatment.
Tattooists are required to meet particular regulations to ensure that the equipment they use is sterile and that all work surfaces such as floors, tables, couches, etc. are smooth and impervious to aid cleaning. They are also required to engage the services of a licensed waste contractor to ensure that any swabs, gloves, etc. which may be contaminated with blood are correctly disposed of.
There are no regulations, however, in respect of tattoo removal treatment so you cannot always be sure of receiving professional treatment by fully trained people, and things can go wrong. If they do, we can help get you the compensation you deserve.
Some examples of tattooist and tattoo removal therapist negligence include:
- Scarring resulting from infected tattoos
- Burns or blisters to the skin resulting from tattoo removal treatment
- Scarring resulting from removal treatment
We are here to help you
Our team of experts have experience in dealing with a wide range of tattoo removal claims.
Should you suffer as a result of negligence by a tattooist or a tattoo removal therapist, we may also obtain evidence from a Plastic Surgeon, a Dermatologist (skin expert) or Laser Dermatologist to prove the damage has been caused by them, and to provide recommendations in terms of any future treatment which may be of benefit, and/or to predict how long it will take for your skin to return to normal (if at all).
If you would like to discuss your case in confidence with one of our friendly experts, contact us now for support and guidance.
Simply call us on
01482 778 463 for free advice
No win no fee
- personal insurance cover so there’s no financial risk to you in pursuing a claim
- whatever the outcome of your case, you won’t have to pay a penny (provided that you fully assist us with your claim) other than an agreed percentage of your damages