South Yorkshire has its fair share of villages and one that was split from Derbyshire to become a part of the general area of Yorkshire in 1934 is Dore. With a name that makes it sound like an aperture, the village operates within the legislative limits of the county and thus, when people make products, they should know that if those products injure anyone, they will have to contend with an injury solicitor in Dore.
Let’s open the Dore
Dore may not be a huge town, but even there, the name of an injury solicitor in Dore brings fear to the hearts of those who have caused injuries to others. That is because they have the legal power to work with companies such as Accident Advice Helpline and fight for the rights of those who have been injured. How do they do it? It’s very simple and it all begins with a call to them at 0800 689 0500 or a query through the 30-second test online.
Your injury solicitor in Dore, the door to new beginnings
When you have been injured by goods you thought were in good shape, but turned out not to be, you have a right to be angry, and to seek restitution. But the question is how do you get that restitution? The answer is nearer than you think and can be found in hiring a good injury solicitor in Dore.
- A defective good has the power to literally crush parts of your body if it is heavy enough. When you buy a bookcase, a unit to put your plasma TV on, or even a new bed, you expect that those items will stand the pressure test and not break. If they do, they could injure you severely, leaving you with broken bones, spinal injuries and even a missing tooth or two. While you can’t do anything to prevent those injuries, you do have a way of solving the problem of medical bills and lost time at work with a claim.
- Items such as toasters and hairdryers often cause burns in the home. If the manufacturer of those items has not tested them and they overheat, they may burn you on contact, or in the worst case, set your whole house on fire and put your family in danger.
- Some items come with their own sets of issues, such as electrical failures. Changing channels on your TV should not be an electrical hazard and starting your vacuum cleaner should in no way put you in danger of being electrocuted. These incidents have been known to happen though, and when they do, you need to call on an injury solicitor in Dore to fight the good fight for you and get a claim going in your favour.
Date Published: 10th November 2013
Author: David Brown