Injury lawyers in Tettenhall Wood
These days, when it comes to Christmas presents, most people would be particularly pleased to receive the latest piece of tech, whether that is a smartphone, tablet or something wearable such as a pair of smartspecs or a smartwatch.
Witnessing a gadget enthusiast’s joy as they peel away the wrapping on the most recent must-have device is quite something to witness. The process of removing said device from its packaging and setting it up for first use is almost a religious-like experience for some, regardless of the fact the item in question will be effectively obsolete in a few months.
Imagine for a moment that you received a piece of tech you’d longing for on Christmas morning. You unwrap your gift and spend some time getting to know it, using the limited amount of battery life it came charged with. After a little while, you decide that to mess about with your device any longer would be anti-social bordering on rude, especially on Christmas morning. As such, you decide to put the device to one side and join the rest of your friends and family for a day of festivities.
Sometime later you return to your new device, keen to surf the internet and download some apps. You go to unplug your unit, only to be thrown across the room after suffering an electric shock from its power lead. If this rather unfortunate set of circumstances should happen to you at Christmas or at any other time, you may be able to use the services of injury lawyers in Tettenhall Wood in order to sue the manufacturer of the device that ended up giving you an electric shock.
Faulty tech and injury lawyers in Tettenhall Wood
Any injury lawyers in Tettenhall Wood you retain as part of your efforts to win compensation for the suffering you were put through as a consequence of your faulty device will need to have as much evidence as you can gather if they’re going to stand as good a chance as possible of winning you the maximum amount of compensation you may be able to win.
Retain the device itself and any accessories that came with it, particularly the charger if this played a part in you being injured. You should also retain any packaging your device came in, and if possible proof of purchase. If you received the item as a gift, you’ll obviously have to ask the person who gave it to you for this.
If you feel that you have a case personal injury case after being hurt by a faulty piece of tech, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if we may be able to provide you with injury lawyers in Tettenhall Wood.
Date Published: 15th November 2013
Author: David Brown