Garden tools are designed to do a specific job in the garden. Providing they are used for that job and nothing else, they should provide a safe and enjoyable experience for whoever uses them.
Garden tools – whether they are hand tools or power tools – go through a strict process before they are allowed to be put up for sale. They must be of a good-enough quality that they will be safe for people to use without risk or fear of injury. For the most part the tools do pass these strict tests and provide many years of good use provided they are looked after and used in the proper manner.
Have you been injured while using garden tools?
If you have, you may be wondering whether garden tool injury compensation is a possibility. It may be in some circumstances, but you must be able to prove that negligence on the part of a third party was the reason behind your accident. Regardless of the nature or severity of your injury, negligence is very important and the success or failure of your claim will hinge on this.
This is why it is a good idea to seek the advice of a lawyer who has experience in this particular area. You can make sure you do this by contacting Accident Advice Helpline if you are interested in getting some no-obligation advice about an accident you have had within the last three years.
Getting the help and advice you need
Proper information and advice is clearly very important in this situation. You must be able to seek advice you can trust, which is why you should call Accident Advice Helpline now. You have three years in which to do this, but we would advise you to call as soon as you can while everything is fresh in your mind.
Our number is always free to call on 0800 689 0500 so it couldn’t be simpler to find out whether you are in a strong position to get some garden tool injury compensation. Our lawyers are experienced in cases of this nature and with years of experience our team may be able to assist you with a claim. Why not call today to find out whether this could be the case for you? You might be surprised how things progress from here, after making that initial call.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead