There are many different makes and models of TVs on the market and many variations when it comes to how to operate them safely. If you want to know how to turn off a TV safely, it can be wise to refer to the user manual if you still have it so you can unplug wires safely. The evolution of technology has made it safer to unplug wires without turning off your set, but it’s always best to look at the instructions that came with the TV to find out what the best thing to do is. If you no longer have the manual, you may be able to use a search engine to find an online version. In some sets, unplugging a TV before it is switched off can compromise the condition of the television, though damage is more likely to occur if this happens on a regular basis over time.
What to do if you are hurt when you turn off a TV
If you come to harm when you turn off a TV even though you have followed the manufacturers’ instructions, you may be able to take legal action. At Accident Advice Helpline, we have vast experience when it comes to helping people claim for injuries sustained via manufacturing faults, and you do not need to give us any money to make a claim. Most claimants never need to attend court. Furthermore, you won’t need to undergo more than one additional medical assessment.
Are you ready to claim?
You can take our 30-second test today online to find out if you are likely to have a case and get a rough estimate of how much compensation you could be due. Many people choose to start their dealing with us this way, though you can skip this step and call an advisor right away if you wish. We have been helping people get compensation for accidents they didn’t cause since way back in 2000 and always do everything in our power to bring you the compensation you deserve.
You have nothing to lose by enquiring, so why not do so today? Any legal professional you work with will have vast experience in dealing with similar cases, so there is no need to worry about them lacking in knowledge or expertise. To find out more, call 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile).
Date Published: May 11, 2017
Author: Accident Advice