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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

    Accident claims in Viewpark

    If you read the newspapers, it will be likely that you will have been privy to stories about devices either overheating or spontaneously combusting, be they smartphones, laptops or tablet computers. You might even have read about certain devices being recalled because of a design fault that caused them to overheat. If a person were to be injured in an accident that was not their fault after one of their gadgets overheated and burned them, there would be a chance that they might be able to take some form of accident claims in Viewpark against the maker of the item, provided of course they were using it in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.

    But imagine the consequences if a problem such as this developed with a piece of wearable technology, be it a smartwatch or smartglasses. The consequences almost don’t bear thinking about. If you were ever to be injured as a result of a piece of wearable technology you had bought malfunctioning, you would be most wise to get in touch with a decent 100% no win no fee accident claims in Viewpark solicitor to discuss your chances of claiming a personal injury pay-out.

    Wearable tech and accident claims in Viewpark

    You don’t have to be a doctor to imagine the type of injuries you might suffer if a piece of wearable technology you had about your person were to suddenly overheat or, worse still, explode. If it can happen with laptops and smartphones, who’s to say it won’t happen with wearables? These devices are still relatively new, and although no serious cases of harm have been recorded as of yet, having such complicated pieces of technology very close to you could well pose a risk.

    If you were injured by a piece of wearable technology, the amount you would stand to win if you were to make a successful personal injury claim would be very much dependent on the severity of your injuries. If you’d like to get a feel for the amount you could be looking at, make use of the 30-second claims calculator on the right of this page. That’s exactly what it’s there for.

    The next steps

    If you have been injured by a piece of wearable technology and would like to look into the possibility of taking some form of accident claims in Viewpark action, you would be well advised to pick up the phone right now, dial 0800 689 0500 and speak to one of Accident Advice Helpline’s first-rate 100% no win no fee personal injury advisors to find out if the firm might be able to offer you the representation you need.

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    Date Published: 1st June 2014

    Author: David Brown

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