I was thinking about this after my uncle louis told this joke. He was talking about how all of the young people today have tattoos and how silly they were going to look when they were sixty five years old and their skin started sagging. The actual joke is a bit crude, but easy to guess. It got me to thinking about how big tattoos are and that soon you might be able to make money removing them. I started looking into it. The obvious thing would be to find cosmetic laser machines for sale at a reasonable price and then figure out how to safely operate them. You would want to sort out any legal or liability issues. For example you would not want to be one of those doctors who makes millions of dollars doing fancy surgeries and then loses it all in court because he made one little mistake.
I am guessing that you can mess this stuff up in some way, after all you are using a laser on some person's skin. In fact you do not need to do anything wrong to get held liable for it or at least end up with the bill for it. Say you remove a tattoo from some person who spends ten hours a day out in the sun. Then one day they get skin cancer. Obviously you would say it was from the sun and a jury would likely agree with you. Still he could sue you and keep you in court for God knows how long. It would not really matter if you were completely guilty, because you would still end up spending a lot of time and a lot of money on it. It is not on accident that those lawyers spend all that money going to law school.Continue To Persist Browsing