Laser Hair Removal Customer Who Allegedly Was Injured With First and Second Degree Burns Files Personal Injury Lawsuit Complaint Against Cosmetic Laser Hair Removal Clinic.
A personal injury lawsuit complaint has been filed against a cosmetic laser hair removal clinic (“Defendant”) in the District Court of Dallas County Texas (styled Jeff Ayub v. Amber Roberts, Personal Injury Case No. DC-12-06130), alleging, among other things, that plaintiff, who sought laser hair removal from defendant for the cosmetic purpose of reducing unwanted hair, received a near full body laser removal without being provided a patch test to determine his sensitivity and allegedly suffered first and second degree burns on his ears, chest, stomach, back, hands, feet, arms and legs as well as a ruptured eardrum, according to the Dallas Texas Laser Hair Removal Burn Injury lawsuit complaint.
The Dallas Texas Laser Hair Removal burn injury lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts claims for alleged negligence, gross negligence and assault.
The Dallas Texas Laser Hair Removal Burn Injury lawsuit complaint reportedly seeks damages for the alleged pain, mental anguish, emotional distress, for past and future medical expenses, for pecuniary loss, lost enjoyment of life, past wages and future earning capacity and punitive damages.
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