Sudbury is a market town situated along River Stour in Suffolk County, England in the UK. It is the largest town within Babergh district. The market is held twice a week outside the community centre which was previously St Peter’s Church.
You may have bought a product in the market or elsewhere and you discovered that it was defective. The product may have caused a personal injury which was not your fault prompting you to look at the possibility of making an accident claim in Sudbury for compensation.
Why Accident Advice Helpline should always be your best choice
When you get involved in complicated cases that touch on Public Liability Insurance the best thing you can do is look for legal experts like Accident Advice Helpline to handle the case on your behalf.
Accident Advice Helpline will help you with an accident claim in Sudbury to get the compensation that you deserve by first establishing who was at fault. The law is clear when it comes to claiming compensation to protect consumer rights.
Dame Esther Rantzen the TV personality and consumer rights champion recommends Accident Advice Helpline and she has been our patron for over 12 years.
You can start the process by calling our telephone hotline to speak to one of our advisers. You can also fill the online form on our website and we will get back to you. Not only will you get free non-obligatory advice but you will be connected with a no-win, no-fee in-house lawyer to take your case forward until settlement of the claim is reached.
Making an accident claim in Sudbury
To stand a chance of winning an accident claim in Sudbury settlement or lawsuit you have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the defendant who sold you the product had a duty of care towards you, this duty was breached and as a result an injury which could have been prevented occurred.
- General injuries caused by the products – when the manufacturer violates the law or there is breach of warranty, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and suppliers are liable for injuries which include diseases and illness to the public caused by faulty or defective goods whether there was negligence or not.
- Injuries caused by manufacturing defects – poor-quality products and defective products cause food poisoning, skin rashes, skin cancers, lung cancers when inhaled and some abdominal cancers when eaten. They also cause accidents like car accidents, cycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, electrical home appliance injuries etc.
- Injuries caused by defective packaging – this can be misleading information i.e. food contents labels making the user to buy the product believing he is buying those contents which is not true. This is dangerous, unsafe and misleading.
- Injuries caused by failure to warn consumers – if you were not warned of potential risks or dangers about using the product but this was intentionally withheld.
So for expert legal advice about a possible accident claim in Sudbury call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown