Most of us at some time will have bought a product that turned out to be faulty in some way. Usually you complain to where you purchased it from, and either are given a refund or a replacement. But what happens if the fault is a danger and you are injured because of it? Then you might want to make faulty product claims in Tunbridge Wells or wherever else you are located in the UK.
Manufacturers and importers have a legal responsibility to make sure the products they are passing to retailers are safe for the job they were intended. Safety checks should be a regular occurrence and they are why you sometimes hear of products being recalled. Although recalls can cost an awful lot of money, so could faulty product claims in Tunbridge Wells, particularly if several of them were made.
Retailers have very little responsibility about the safety of the items they are selling, but they should never knowingly sell something that is unsafe. If they do they could also have to face faulty product claims in Tunbridge Wells.
Making faulty product claims in Tunbridge Wells
If you are injured because of a faulty product, you may be entitled to compensation. You have to remember that your injuries may not be repairable, and certainly you cannot be replaced. The compensation may help you to get your life back on track and help you to cope with the injuries you have suffered through no fault of your own.
As long as you have not tampered with the product in any way, you have three years to start your claim. You should also make sure you are checked out by a medical professional and a copy of their report will be needed when you make your claim.
If you want free claims advice and to find out if you qualify for compensation, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today. We have been making successful personal injury claims for all types of accidents and injuries for over 16 years and we have the experience you want so that your claim has its best chance of success.
You can chat to our friendly advisors, in confidence and without putting yourself under any obligation. They will answer all your questions, and will be here to guide you every step of the way if you do decide to claim compensation.
If you are calling from a landline dial 0800 689 0500. If you are calling from a mobile dial 0333 500 0993. Why not call us today?
Date Published: 13th December 2014
Author: David Brown