Have you been injured and need to make a faulty product claim in Suffolk? When we buy an item in store we do not expect to be injured from it! However, there are rare occasions when this occurs.
Have you experienced a nasty electric shock because of a damaged electrical item? Perhaps you have come out in a nasty rash after using a beauty product? There are many different scenarios that arise, but can you make a faulty product claim in Suffolk if you find yourself in this sort of situation?
Can you make a faulty product claim in Suffolk?
The short answer is yes!
When a product is released for purchase it will have gone through a stringent testing procedure. However, there are incidents where one or two products fall through the wire. If you have been hurt because of this you will definitely be able to make a faulty product claim.
From the manufacturer to the retailer, there can indeed by several responsible parties. All you need to be able to prove is that they are at fault for letting the item be made available for sale.
Aside from this there are two other important factors to note. Firstly, if you want to make a compensation claim you must have seen a doctor for your injuries. No matter how minor they may seem, it is vital to get check out. This is crucial for your health, but also for your chances of compensation as well. Your medical diagnosis is one of the most important pieces of evidence.
In addition to this, the incident must have occurred over the past three years. This is actually the time limit on all personal injury cases. Therefore, you have three years from the date of the accident and court proceedings must be issued within this time frame.
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The only thing left to do is get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to benefit from our leading law service. All of our solicitors work on a no win no fee* basis and we have an impeccable reputation in the industry. You won’t find a better service anywhere else.
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Date Published: 1st December 2014
Author: David Brown