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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Faulty product claims

    Compensation for an accident caused by faulty traffic lights


    ContentsWho’s to blame for your accident?A nationwide problemHave you been injured by a faulty traffic light?Your local council’s responsibilitiesHow much compensation could you get for faulty traffic lights?Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?We rely on traffic lights and road signs to keep us safe. Dual carriageways, roundabouts, busy roads – none of these would be as….

    Statistics for 2012/13 show faulty products are all too common


    According to statistics published by CAB, approximately a quarter of a million consumers complained about faulty products in the period from April 2012 to March 2013. These complaints mounted up to an estimated cost of around £225 million. It is believed that around 80 per cent of this figure is due to the cost involved….

    How to claim exploding battery charger compensation


    ContentsWhat injuries have you suffered?Will your claim be successful?Nowadays we rely on a number of devices which use batteries, from our smartphones and tablets to e-cigarettes, cameras and e-readers. Batteries need to be charged regularly, as anyone who owns a smartphone will know, and you like to think that the battery charger you are using….

    How to claim exploding electronics compensation


    ContentsInjured by a faulty chargerHow to make a claimNowadays we use more electronic items than ever before, from smartphones and tablets to hair straighteners, e-cigarettes and digital cameras. But just because your brand-new item comes with a 12-month warranty (or 3 years, if you’re lucky), doesn’t mean that things can’t go wrong. Exploding electrical devices….

    Who is responsible for faulty products?


    In the UK, we are lucky to have highly regulated manufacturing and retail sectors, which is why we see many fewer instances of injuries caused by faulty products here than ever before, and why we are much less likely to succumb to this kind of injury than people in many other places around the world…..

    The cost of claiming for faulty products


    Many people who have been injured by faulty and defective products needlessly suffer in silence, simply because they are under a misapprehension that the cost of claiming for faulty products is somewhat out of their reach. This is extremely sad and frustrating, not only because most of these people will be entitled to compensation from….

    The injuries faulty products could cause


    Although there are a huge amount of rules and regulations imposed upon manufacturers and retailers of just about every product it is possible to buy in the UK, so many people are still injured by faulty products each year. Although many of these injuries are minor in nature, some injuries caused by faulty products can be….

    Who can help you claim for faulty product injuries?


    In the unfortunate event that you are injured by a faulty product due to the negligence of another party such as a manufacturer or retailer, there is a good chance that you could be entitled to personal injury compensation. In order to claim personal injury compensation, you must have been injured in an accident that….

    Product liability compensation


    You may be able to make a claim for product liability compensation if you have bought an item that is either harmful to you or does not work properly and causes someone to be injured. If this has happened to you, then you should contact Accident Advice Helpline and use an injury lawyer to assist you in your….

    Faulty product claims


    Faulty Product Accident claim information and advice If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your faulty product accident claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now, on 0800 689 0500. Have you had a faulty product accident? Even products that are made by the….

    Compensation for faulty product injuries


    Understanding compensation for faulty product injuries Like many things in life, the issue of claiming compensation for faulty product injuries can become confusing and difficult to understand because of the jargon and double speak that is prevalent on TV and in the wider media. To this end, this article aims to clear the fog of confusion and….

    Claiming for faulty goods


    If someone were to come up to you on the street and injure you or cause you pain, you would want and deserve a degree of recompense. The situation is exactly the same if a company sells you faulty goods that cause injury or illness — just because they are a seemingly faceless organisation doesn’t….

    Product liability claim


    People can disappoint. Promises and claims they make are not always kept – and it can be similar with products and equipment you buy. What it states on the box or bottle can fall short of expectations, but when these actually cause harm either to yourself or your property when used, that’s a different, more….


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