How and When to Seek Faulty Goods Compensation
You may not know it, but retailers and other companies that provide goods to the general public have a legal responsibility to ensure that their goods are safe to use. This does not end at the point at which you hand over your money. What this means is that if you are unfortunate enough to have been sold goods which were not fit for purpose, and as such had a fault that caused you an injury, you are in a position where you could be due faulty goods compensation.
Get Your Injury Treated First
Seeking faulty goods compensation doesn’t stop or even delay you from getting your injury treated by a doctor. Exactly the opposite is true in fact, as it is vital that you get your injury treated professionally in order to halt any degenerative symptoms and receive the kind of documentary evidence that can serve as proof of the severity of your injuries.
Use the 30-Second Test
An excellent second course of action when you’re looking to pursue proceedings and seek faulty goods compensation is to fill out Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test. The 30-second test is the quickest and easiest way to calculate an estimate of the compensation which you may be due — simply fill out the form with the most basic information, and in just 30 seconds you can find out how much compensation you could be due.
Talk to Someone Friendly and Professional
If you find that you could be due faulty goods compensation, you can reach Accident Advice Helpline 24 hours a day on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0992 using your mobile. When you call, you will get through to one of our friendly and professional staff members who benefit from the company’s 15 years of experience, making them able to give you the most accurate and helpful advice and guidance in any circumstance.
Leave the Rest to Accident Advice Helpline
Due to our extensive experience, Accident Advice Helpline have earned the endorsement of consumer champion Esther Rantzen thanks to our ability to handle almost all case simply through telephone communication. What this means is that in the majority of cases, you will not be subjected to the stress of a courtroom situation. Instead, one of Accident Advice Helpline’s professional in-house solicitors will work on your behalf in an attempt to gain the very best deal for you in terms of your faulty goods compensation.
So, to get the ball rolling today and get the faulty goods compensation that you deserve for your injury, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline and trust your case to the very best in the business.
Date Published: 29th July 2013
Author: David Brown