It can be very frustrating to return home with a new hairdryer only to find it catches fire the first time you use it. Not only frustrating but very dangerous! This is just one example of how a defective product can lead to a defect claim. If you are injured as a result of a faulty product then you have a right to claim personal injury compensation.
Despite all the online checking sites, it’s till possible to fall victim to a rogue tradesman. Have you been unfortunate enough to engage someone to do building work or renovations on your property and it’s all gone horribly wrong? Have you been hurt or injured as a result? In these circumstances you may also be able to make a defect claim for compensation for your injuries.
If you’ve fallen through a floor or had newly installed patio doors collapse on top of you then your injuries might be serious.
How to make a defect claim when you’ve been injured
There are many situations where a defect claim would be appropriate so get some proper legal advice as soon as you can. Don’t just wonder if your injuries qualify for compensation, find out from the experts.
Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm that can help you. We specialise in personal injury claims and are familiar with a defect claim or two. We’ve gained experience over the past 15 years and are one of the leading law firms in the UK today.
You can start a claim with us without having to pay a penny. All our expert lawyers give our no-win, no-fee promise to our clients. It’s a fuss-free legal service too. We will deal with your claim by telephone so you won’t have to leave home to get the compensation you deserve.
You can start a claim with a phone call or go online and take our 30-second test.
Eligibility to claim
Tell us what happened and we will be honest with you and tell you if you have a strong case. If you’ve been injured in the last three years and it wasn’t your fault then it’s looking good. Make sure you have medical evidence of your injuries and any other helpful evidence such as photographs and witness statements. This will all help us to build a case for your compensation claim.
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Our telephone lines are manned by expert advisors who can give you helpful advice and get your claim started. Of course there’s no obligation to go ahead if you decide not to.
We’d like to advise you on making a defect claim so get in touch.
Date Published: 23rd February 2013