Minor Consent to Pierce & Release of Claims Mobile App
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The Minor Consent to Pierce and Release of Claims Form provides a simple way for a body piercer or piercing studio to get electronic written consent before performing a piercing.
How does it work?
Typically, a piercing or tattoo can only be done on someone over the age of 18, unless parental consent is given. Using this form, the piercer can inform the parent or legal guardian about the potential risks associated with the body piercing procedures, including the potential for allergic reaction and infection. Once a parent or guardian has given their consent on behalf of the minor, then they can give their informed consent by signing off on the body piercing procedures form electronically. The body piercing consent form can be easily customized for any tattoo and body piercing studio and specific piercing procedures.