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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."

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    How to claim for injuries caused by faulty products


    With so many rules and regulations designed to keep us all safe, it is surprising that so many people are still injured, through no fault of their own, by faulty products. Although we have certainly seen a fall in the number of people being injured by faulty products in recent years, it is still a problem that can have serious implications for the people it affects, which is why personal injury compensation is made available for those who are affected.

    If an item you have purchased in the United Kingdom causes you an injury due to the fact that it was in some way faulty, there is every chance that you should be able to successfully claim compensation. In order to do this successfully, there are a number of things that you will need to do. Read on to find out how to claim for injuries caused by faulty products.

    Immediately after injury

    In the aftermath of your injury, there are things that you can do to help boost any personal injury claim you might make.

    Of course, the first thing that you will want to do is seek medical attention, especially if you have sustained a serious or worrying injury.

    Once your injury is sorted out, you should take as many photographs of the product that caused your injury as possible. It is also useful to take photos of any instructions, packaging, etc., that came with the product at time of purchase.

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    If you still have the receipt, be sure to either hold on to it or take a photo of it, so that you can prove you did in fact purchase the item.

    Call our advisers to find out how to claim for injuries caused by faulty products

    The next thing you should do is get in touch with our personal injury advisers, who will be able to assess your claim free of charge. The process of doing so is simple – we will just ask you a few simple questions and then tell you if you are able to make a claim.

    If you are eligible to make a faulty product claim, we will give you the opportunity to work with one of our personal injury lawyers who will take on your claim for you, completing all the paperwork and any other tasks involved with making a claim, so that you don’t have to.

    To find out more about how to claim for injuries caused by faulty products, and to start your own personal injury claim today, do not hesitate to call the personal injury experts here at Accident Advice Helpline. You can call us freephone on 0800 689 0500, or you can reach us on 0333 500 0993 from mobiles.

    Date Published: 13th August 2016

    Author: Lynne Bell

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