Compensation claims for defective products is an area that has seen a considerable amount of growth over recent years. Injury solicitors in Petworth will be able to assist you to claim the compensation that you are entitled to if you are injured because of a defective product. Accident Advice Helpline can also help as they have a specialist team of solicitors that deal with this type of compensation case and this means that they are well equipped to guide you through the process, which can be complicated. To start the process to get the compensation that you are entitled to then give Accident Advice Helpline a call on 0800 689 0500.
Compensation for defective products
There are a number of areas that are covered by compensation for defective products and these include:
- Defective toys
- Pharmaceuticals and medical devices
- Contaminated supplies of water
- Food products that cause illness
- Defective equipment and appliances
- Faulty consumer products, which can include furniture and glasses
- Defective hair care products.
Companies that provide products such as food items, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals all have a duty to ensure that their customers do not suffer from any illness or injury as a result of using the product. If you are affected by a faulty product or appliance through no fault of your own then you will be entitled to claim compensation. The compensation claims for defective products can be very complex therefore, it is important to get an experienced injury solicitor in Petworth.
Getting assistance with your compensation claim – Injury solicitor Petworth
Injury solicitors are friendly professionals who will be able to give you expert advice about claiming the compensation that you are entitled to. The right to compensation for a defective product will be determined by the legislation that is laid out in the Consumer Protection Act and also the legislation for the European Union. All compensation claims against defective products are different and they are all judged on their own merit and set of circumstances.
Date Published: 12th January 2014
Author: David Brown