Injury Compensation for Faulty Work


Claim injury compensation faulty work with Accident Advice Helpline.

If you need to make an injury compensation faulty work then Accident Advice Helpline are here to assist you with your claim. Product liability is a section of the law that supports members of the public if they have received personal injuries as a result of a defective product.  A case of injury compensation faulty work will examine the responsibilities of manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and retailers when a faulty product is identified as the cause of a victim’s injuries.

There are three main causes of injury compensation faulty work:

  1. Manufacturing defects occur where poor workmanship leads to the production of faulty products.
  2. Design defects make a product hazardous to use, no matter how carefully it is manufactured.
  3. Marketing defects involve a failure to warn consumers that a non-obvious hazard exists within the use of the product.

If a product, or any of its component parts, is discovered to be defective then its manufacturer maybe liable for any damages under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA). Often several companies can be involved in a case of injury compensation faulty work. This might occur when several component makers supply parts for product assembly, and can lead to joint liability in the event of a claim.

If you have been harmed by an unsafe product then you could claim injury compensation faulty work. You would usually need to make your injury claim within 3 years of being injured, although in some cases a claim can be made up to 10 years after the product was sold.

How can I claim injury compensation faulty work?

Accident Advice Helpline is experienced in handling product liability cases. We are a top UK compensation provider that has been working in the personal injury field since 2000.

We have a free helpline available to all victims of injuries. Call our advisory team on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile). You can discuss your case with our knowledgeable advisers at a time convenient to you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Take our simple 30 second test to find out how much money you could receive from your claim. This simple assessment is unique to Accident Advice Helpline, and is able to provide you with an instant estimate of the level of compensation you are entitled to.

Our specialist lawyers are available to handle your case on a no win, no fee* basis. As most cases can be handled over the telephone, you can receive the very best legal representation for your claim no matter where you live in the UK.

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