No Win No Fee faulty product claims solicitors
It is not uncommon for an individual to purchase a faulty product. Usually however it can simply be returned for a full refund. When a faulty product causes injury due to either the seller or manufacturer negligence, then Accident Advice Helpline could be able to help you get the compensation you deserve with a No Win No Fee product liability claim.
When can I claim?
If a product has seriously injured you or a loved one you should get in touch, regardless of whether or not you were the one to purchase the product. Here are a few common instances in which you may be able to claim:
- A cleaning product’s child safety seal failed to keep a product closed
- An electrical product electrocuted you
- A makeup product caused an allergic reaction
- A washing machine exploded
- A phone caught fire and burned you
Please note this list is not exhaustive.
What can I claim for?
If you have suffered an injury from a faulty product due to negligence, there are a variety of forms of compensation we can help you claim for:
- Loss of earnings if you have had to take any time off work
- Pain and suffering
- House modifications
Calculate your compensation
Our online claim calculator can give you an indication of the value of your compensation based on your pain and suffering caused by your accident.Get claim valuation
What you need to know about product liability claims
What is product liability?
Product liability refers to the legal responsibility of a manufacturer, distributor or seller to ensure that the product they are selling is fit for its intended purpose and safe for resale. If you simply need to return your faulty product click here.
Who can I claim against?
This varies case by case. For example if there is a manufacturing flaw, it will usually be the manufacturer who has been negligent. However, if the reseller has stored it in an incorrect fashion, damaged or altered the product, liability may lie with the seller.
How much time do I have to claim?
In the UK, the general time in which to make a claim for compensation is three years, However there are exceptions. Therefore the sooner you receive legal advice the better.