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Tanning Bed Injuries

Due to time constraints and other factors, many people choose to frequent tanning salons rather than lay out in natural sunlight to get the tan look he or she desires. Despite the popularity of these ultraviolet light machines, tanning beds and salons can put customers at risk of injuries such as burns and even infections either because of manufacturing errors or employees who do not act in a responsible manner.

If you or a loved one has been a victim of a negligent tanning bed manufacturer or salon employee, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Contact the Oklahoma premises liability lawyers of the Abel Law Firm at 405-239-7046 today to discuss your legal options with a qualified attorney.

Common Tanning Bed Injuries

Tanning bed companies are required to warn users of the risk of skin cancer, but there are also many other ways you could suffer short-term injuries. Many of these injuries happen because of negligent workers or even faulty tanning beds. Some of the most common tanning bed injuries include:

  • Infections or illnesses from unsanitary rooms or beds
  • Eye damage from faulty goggles
  • Heat-related injuries from faulty timers that are set for too long or fail to go off
  • Burns from high temperatures

By holding the negligent premises owner or manufacturer responsible for your tanning bed injury, you can help discourage future carelessness in order to protect others who utilize tanning salons.

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If you have been injured due to a faulty or unsafe tanning bed, you can fight back. Contact the Oklahoma product liability attorneys of the Abel Law Firm at 405-239-7046 today to schedule a free consultation.