Many people who have been injured by faulty and defective products needlessly suffer in silence, simply because they are under a misapprehension that the cost of claiming for faulty products is somewhat out of their reach.
This is extremely sad and frustrating, not only because most of these people will be entitled to compensation from the people who caused their injuries, but also because they are letting manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers get away with dangerous negligence, which could and should be brought to light.
It is also sad because there is absolutely no reason why they should not, in fact, make a claim. You see, here at Accident Advice Helpline, we want everyone who is eligible to make a claim for faulty products to do so. That is why we work on a no-win, no-fee* basis, which makes the cost of claiming for faulty products something which is affordable to all.
No-win, no-fee* agreements
No-win, no-fee* agreements, sometimes referred to as conditional fee agreements, are put in place so that injured parties can get access to the legal help they need without having to find the money to launch a claim upfront.
The way that no-win, no-fee* agreements work is that the person seeking legal help enters into an agreement with their lawyer that they will not have to pay them a penny unless their case is won. If the case is not won, and no compensation is forthcoming, the injured party will not have to pay their lawyer any money for their work.
If, however, the case is won, personal injury lawyers will seek to get payment from the party who caused the injuries, such as the product manufacturer, with any money still owed by the injured party coming from their compensation settlement.
As well as offering no-win, no-fee* representation, you can also get free claims advice from us, at any time, simply by calling our faulty product injury experts free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. You can also call us to further discuss the cost of claiming for faulty products.
Date Published: 13th August 2016
Author: Lynne Bell
Category: Faulty product claims