Making a faulty product claim in Kirk Michael
Some injuries can happen in the comfort of your own home through faulty goods. Especially around Christmas, people feel tempted to buy cheap dodgy electrical goods from street traders, because they want the pounds to stretch further, but cheap electrical goods can be dangerous.
If you have experienced an accident through a faulty product that you have purchased, you could be entitled to make a faulty product claim in Kirk Michael.
If you’ve had an electric shock and suffered burns from a faulty product at home, you can contact us to ask our advice about making a claim. Phone 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to a trained Accident Advice Helpline adviser. If you prefer you can text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 and an experienced advisor will call you back to discuss your claim details further.
Types of defective goods
Every reputable manufacturer fears making the recall of defective goods. In recent decades there have been high profile cases of car manufacturers having to recall a model because it has caught fire, been found to have defective clutch or brake design.
Another famous case was of spring water which was contaminated and had to be recalled from supermarket and retail outlets, right back along the logistical chain.
Some injuries from accidents in the home or office are due to faulty furniture. For example chairs can severely damage your back if they collapse or break and the same goes for tables, such as office desks or dining tables. While accidents caused by faulty goods can cause short term injuries, you can also suffer long term complications such as a slipped disk or severe back pain.
If you have suffered ill consequences from faulty goods in the office, at home, or in another location, you could be entitled to claim for compensation through injury lawyers Kirk Michael, or anywhere else in the United Kingdom.
There are different ways you can get in touch with us for advice, either through the site, or by text or phone. Firstly, why not have a look around the Accident Advice Helpline and take the 30 second test to see if you qualify for compensation? However, If you would prefer to speak directly to one of our friendly and helpful advisors, you can contact us on the numbers mentioned above.
When buying electrical and mechanical goods, always go to a trusted supplier and check for a quality mark, such as the British Standards Institution (BSI) Kite Mark, which tells you the product has passed the necessary safety and quality checks.
We can help with your faulty product claim in Kirk Michael.