Best Laser Hair Removal Injury Lawyer in Florida

Representing Clients Injured by Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice

Florida Laser Hair Removal Injury Lawyer


Laser Hair Removal is a medical cosmetic procedure performed to reduce or stop unwanted hair growth with a medical device. Lasers used to remove hair must be cleared or approved by the FDA. In the State of Florida, Laser Hair Removal must be performed by a licensed Electrologist or physician. Before the Laser Hair Removal procedure, a patient must always be assessed by a licensed doctor. Laser devices used to remove hair are very powerful and can be dangerous even in the hands of trained professionals. 

Burns from a Laser Hair Removal procedure is a serious injury.


Who can perform Laser Hair Removal in Florida?

In Florida, only a licensed physician (doctor) or a licensed Electrologist can legally perform laser hair removal or light-based (IPL) hair removal procedures. A doctor must always directly supervise any Laser Hair Removal technician (licensed Electrologist).

Can I sue for a Laser Hair Removal injury in Florida?

Yes. In Florida, if you have been injured by a negligent Laser Hair Removal procedure at a med spa or clinic you can file a lawsuit against the responsible parties. Laser Hair Removal injuries can be serious and permanent and are treated just like any other personal injury case. Botched Laser Hair Removal procedures can cause burns, scarring, hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, and other skin discoloration.

Why do people sue for Laser Hair Removal injuries?

There can be different reasons for a lawsuit arising from a Laser Hair Removal cosmetic procedure, including:

  1. Failure of a licensed physician to assess the patient.
  2. Failure to use the proper settings on the laser device for dark skin tones. 
  3. Failure of a licensed physician to adequately supervise the procedure.
  4. Failure to be properly trained and licensed to use the laser device.
  5. Failure to discuss the risks and alternatives of the procedure and obtain informed consent from the patient.

Who is legally responsible for an injury caused by Laser Hair Removal?

Legal responsibility for a botched cosmetic procedure can fall on multiple parties including a supervising physician in charge of overseeing the procedure, the provider performing the procedure, and the med spa where the cosmetic procedure took place. Every Cosmetic Procedure Injury case is unique and should be discussed with an attorney experienced in Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice cases.  

What type of lawyer can help me with my Laser Hair Removal injury case?

LOU LAW is a Florida Cosmetic Procedure Injury law firm.  We are proud to represent women and men in cases involving Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice. If you have a Laser Hair Removal injury case, it is best to contact an experienced laser hair removal injury lawyer in Florida. Louiza Tarassova has obtained many successful recoveries for clients from all over the state including Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, Boca Raton, Sarasota, and Naples, Florida. 

How much can I get for a botched Laser Hair Removal injury?

LOU LAW frequently represents clients with serious burns caused by botched Laser Hair Removal in Florida. Cases involving Laser Hair Removal burns have different values. The settlement amount for burn cases depends on the severity of the injury (degree of the burns) and the permanency of the injury (how long the scars last). You can read more about a recent case we settled for $500,000 here

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