Injuries caused by defective goods can often be serious. We tend to believe that the products we use on a daily basis are safe and they will never malfunction. Sometimes, these expectations do not meet reality. When you have been injured by any type of defective goods, you will most likely qualify to claim Blackburn compensation.
There is an easy way to find out if you are eligible. If you use the product the way it was meant to be used and you follow the instructions, you will be eligible for compensation in case of an malfunction. In order to be completely sure, however, it is recommended that you consult with Accident Advice Helpline.
About Blackburn compensation claims
When you contact Accident Advice Helpline you will get a recommendation for our most appropriate personal injury lawyer with years of experience. People from around the UK usually prefer to make a Blackburn compensation claim with Accident Advice Helpline to increase their chances of success.
Defective goods accidents
The most common types of defective goods people claim compensation for are electrical home appliances. These products often become the reason for electrocutions, burns and other similar injuries that sometimes have significant consequences. However, a defective goods claim can be made for all kinds of products including food, medication and vehicles for example.
Taking medication that is seemingly fine, but is actually unsafe can be very dangerous. Food poisoning is also something that should never be underestimated. The worst thing that can happen is for a child to become a victim of a defective product. This is very much possible because children are inquisitive and like to touch and taste everything they see. Faulty goods can also cause significant damage to property by starting fires or causing floods.Open Claim Calculator
Why and how to make a Blackburn compensation claim
Making a compensation claim is important because this way there will be an investigation regarding the product that became the reason for your injuries. This often leads to more serious discoveries regarding the manufacturing process and safety level of certain goods.
If you want to make a compensation claim, you can turn to Accident Advice Helpline for help. We offer a free 30-second test which will help you to determine if you can claim or not. Another thing you can do is call us if you have any concerns, questions or if you simply want to start your claim and get the best help possible. You can reach Accident Advice Helpline and our representatives on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile or by texting ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 in which case we will call you. You can also call 0800 689 0500 free from any landline phone.