Lydbury North is a village and a large civil parish located in Shropshire, England. Geographically, the land is flat on the south but it is steep on the north. You will find Walcot Hall on the southern side of the village build in red bricks which is 2-storeyed with a U-shaped floor.
This is a Georgian county house which was owned by Charles Walcot and has a large pool of water known as Walcot Pool which used to be a birds sanctuary. The Walcot estate is famous and it is currently used to host weddings, accommodation and corporate hospitality.
You may suffer from injuries that as a result of buying and using faulty products. You may search for an injury claims solicitor in Lydbury North either online or on a local phone book.
Accident Advice Helpline
Faulty products slip onto the shelves despite the strict health and safety legislations. Before products are made available to the public they should be checked to see that they meet strict health and safety standards. Quality control is an important element in the manufacture and distribution of products to the public.
You may not know how to start making an injury compensation claim. You can contact Accident Advice Helpline from anywhere within the British Isles and they will connect you with a specialist injury solicitor in Lydbury North who understands personal injury law and legal procedures.
If you got injured because of another person’s negligence it gives you a strong base for compensation. Call Accident Advice Helpline on their free phone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 or visit their website and take the 30 second test to know if your claim is eligible.
Making a claim through an injury claims solicitor in Lydbury North from Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline specialist injury claims solicitor in Lydbury North will advice you if your injury is eligible and may file complaints against the defendant in a court of law.
If you suffer from a personal injury caused by a faulty product which was not your fault, you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation. You should inform the person who sold you the faulty product, take photographs of the product or keep the wrapper and receipt of the purchase and ask names and contacts of witnesses.
You should also retain medical and prescription receipts. All these will be used as evidence during out of court negotiations or in a lawsuit.
- Back injury-if you buy a chair which has faults you may fall and injure your back.
- Disability-a life-long condition like this one will affect you and you may incur care expenses, need wheelchairs, clutches and home adaptation. The pain, distress and mental anguish you suffer will be considered during the case ruling.
- Abdominal pain-caused by faulty foodstuffs. Painkillers are given to control the symptoms.
- Food Poisoning-Vomiting-some victims vomit when they eat faulty foodstuffs contaminated with bacteria, parasites, viruses or toxins. Diarrhoea-the sufferer feels weak especially if diarrhoea is regular. The doctor prescribes medications but in severe cases the patient is hospitalised to treat and rehydrate the victim with intravenous fluids.
Date Published: 24th December 2013
Author: David Brown