Moonshin Tattoo Parlour Lawsuit
Faces $20 Million Class Action Over Dirty Needles
$20 Million Class Action Filed Against Ontario Tattoo ParlourMoonshin Tattoo in Mississauga, Canada, is facing a potential class action alleging the shop used inadequately sterilized needles during the previous 4-year period. It is estimated that as many as 3,000 people may have unknowingly been exposed to disease as a result.
The suit , seeking $20 million in damages, also names Charles A. Mason, Evelyne Smith, Peel Region Public Health Department (Peel Public Health) and The Regional Municipality of Peel as defendants.
The allegations are that while the health authorities are legally required to inspect the tattoo shop on an annual basis at a minimum, there were no health inspections between 2005 when the parlour opened and 2009, putting thousands of people at risk.
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