Beauty Salon Chemical & Laser Burns
If you suffered damages that resulted from a chemical or laser burn, our attorneys understand that you may be coping with pain and discomfort. Consequently, we will endeavor to hold the negligent party liable for your injuries.
Chemical burns can often occur when hazardous chemicals and careless techniques are used by a beauty salon. The following are some of the common causes of chemical burns:
- Strong acids
- Strong bases
- Hair dyes
The symptoms of a chemical burn can potentially be quite severe and possibly life threatening. The damage(s) you received may include the following:
- Bacterial infection
- Superficial burns
- Tissue damage
During laser hair removal treatment, the laser passes through your skin to a hair follicle in order to prevent hair growth in the desired area of treatment. This procedure is able to take place due to the concentrated, pounding beam of light from the laser.
License & Training
According to Arizona law, a laser technician and the beauty salon need to have a license in order to legally operate and perform services. Along with their license, laser technicians should have quality training, especially in regards to the handling of a laser.
Laser burns are unfortunate occurrences that are generally caused by negligent or unskilled technicians.
These laser burns may have caused you:
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent damage
- Skin burns
- Facial burn
- Skin discoloration
If you or a loved one has suffered an accident involving a beauty salon chemical or laser burn, please contact our lawyers who specialize in beauty salon accidents for a free consultation. You can contact the Law Offices of Michael Cordova at (602) 265-6700 or submit your case online.