occasions. In recent years, the practice of temporary tattoos has become more popular in the west, giving rise to a multitude of either
stand alone kiosks or temporary festival tents offering temporary henna tattoos. The problem is that this practice is not well regulated and
the consumer has no real idea of what type of chemical product is being used on their skin. In an effort to increase profits or a simple lack
of experience can result in the artist using improper chemicals to create the temporary tattoo which can result in a serious injury.
Injuries Caused by a Henna Tattoo Burn can be Devastating and Permanent
Of the many types of injures you can suffer, burns, in particular, pose special challenges. The skin is often left cracked and red with open
wounds. They are often times extremely painful and can be just as painful to treat as the original injury. Any lawyer handling a henna burn
case should have experience with these issues and know how to prove that irresponsible or unsafe practices occurred. Beyond the
physical pain, henna tattoos are placed in very noticeable areas of the body there fore leaving highly visible scars for years to come. Unlike
an actual tattoo, the permanent henna tattoo does not look pleasant and can lead to years of embarrassment.
The simple answer is yes.
so she returned the next day to find out the brand used for her treatment so she could tell her doctor. The henna kiosk refused to give her
the name of the dye and claimed they did not have anymore of that brand. The business simply refused to cooperate in any way to help the
individual they had harmed. Once our firm became involved we diligently pursued action against the business owner who also refused to
cooperate. We devised a strategy to pursue the landlord where the kiosk was located which ultimately resulted in a significant settlement
with the business owner.
If your loved one has suffered a serious burn injury from a henna tattoo please contact us immediately. We are happy to discuss your case
free of charge. All henna burn cases are done on a contingency basis, meaning that you pay no attorneys fees until a settlement or verdict
is reached in your favor.
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