Our injury lawyer in Molland is not defective
Molland is a small village located on the southern slopes of the foothills of Exmoor in Devon. Mining for iron and copper took place near Bremley and Gourt from the 17th century until 1894, when the last iron was mined. In 1267, the men of Molland fell foul of the royal forest laws when they entered the forest. Thomas le Shetere of ‘Gourt’ and William Wyme of ‘Bremley’ were the offenders and there are still two farms in Molland that bare their names. There is a plant that grows locally known as the Molland Lily. It is not a native plant of Britain and it is thought members of a religious community who bought the seeds back from Spain introduced it to the area. The Lily is depicted in several places in the village including on the kneelers in the church.
Accidents from defective products might mean you need to use an injury lawyer in Molland
The areas that is quite often overlooked for personal injury claims is when someone is injured through a defective product, but this entitles you just as much to use a personal injury lawyer in Molland as if you were knocked off your bike by a car, or any other accident.
Here are some examples of defective product accidents and injuries that may result in using an injury lawyer in Molland:
- Accidents on the roads caused by defective brakes, could be on a motor vehicle, a motorbike or a cycle
- Faulty electrical goods in the home or garden can cause very nasty accidents
- Tongs, dryers, straighteners or bleaches and bleaching equipment can cause damage to the hair and scalp at the hairdressers
- Children can be hurt by playing with defective toys
- Breast implants, other cosmetic implants, replacement hip joint or any other faulty medical device can cause injury
The suppliers of products to consumers have to make sure those products are safe. The biggest responsibility falls on the manufacturers, producers and importers of the products, but wholesalers and shops also have legal obligations. If any business fails to meet these responsibilities the consequences can be very serious. They can be fined, or even imprisoned, as well as being sued for compensation in an injury claim where an injury lawyer in Molland has been used.
The lower limit
If you make a personal injury compensation claim against a manufacturer, there is a lower limit of £275, but no upper limit as faulty goods could cause serious injury and even death.
Defective products should be reported to the Trading Standards officers in your local authority. They are responsible for most safety enforcement, and would certainly be involved if the injury caused by the faulty goods was serious, or happening to several people.
Accident Advice Helpline can assist your personal injury claim. We were established in 2000, the founders intentions being to give access to justice to blameless victims of accidents under the no win, no fee* agreement.
Over the years we have helped many thousands of claimants, with all types of injuries from all types of accidents, claim the compensation to which they were entitled.
Call our freephone helpline on 0800 180 4 123. Our advisors are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, there to give you free advice and support.
Date Published: 8th October 2013
Author: David Brown