There are few things everyone has in common, but one of them must surely be that we all buy things from time to time. Every one of these items, regardless of what they are, has to be fit for the purpose they are intended for as well. This means it is actually relatively rare for something to go wrong and for something to be faulty in any way, shape or form.
Of course, we also know there can be rare occasions when things do go wrong. If this is the case, those problems can lead us to suffer injuries. This can happen with anything. All manner of injuries might potentially occur as well. Cars, tools, toys – you name it, whatever you can think of might potentially have the chance to cause us an injury if something happens to it.
Faulty goods injury compensation
No one expects to be injured while using anything they have bought for a particular purpose. Of course, you should be using the offending item in the proper manner. If you do not do so, you could end up injuring yourself and it would not be the fault of the manufacturer.
With that said, it is possible that you would be injured if the manufacturer has not made the item in the proper manner, or adhered to the safety rules and regulations surrounding the manufacturing process. If you can prove this is the case, the chances of claiming faulty goods injury compensation will increase in your favour.
Why not call Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline – or Accident Advice Helpline – is here to make sure we can help you. Our team of professional lawyers are trained in cases just like these, and they have already been able to win compensation for numerous other people over the years.
The crucial point now is for you to call 0800 689 0500. You can speak with an adviser on this free enquiry line and find out whether the facts support a claim for compensation to be made.
You have three years from the date of your injury to call us, so even if the incident was not that recent, you could still be in with a chance to claim some compensation. Call that free number now and take the first crucial step to see whether a payout might be made in your favour. You have nothing to lose.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Faulty product claims