Injury solicitors in Gomersal and defective products
There are rules and regulations that apply to supplying goods to consumers, the main one being that the product must be safe to use. Some specific products have extra rules because they present more danger than others. However, there are general rules that apply to any product you buy:
- Consumers should be warned of any potential risk, each individual product should be marked to inform consumers
- The information provided as a warning should be easily understandable to the consumer so that no misunderstandings can happen
- The safety of products should be constantly monitored
- If a safety issue arises it should be acted upon straight away
The main responsibility for this lies with the manufacturer or importer. If they do not comply and someone is injured because of their negligence, they may have to face injury solicitors in Gomersal with a personal injury claim made by a victim that has been harmed by their produce.
Injury solicitors in Gomersal advise that the best way is not to tamper
Manufacturers, producers and importers can only be held responsible for the faulty goods that caused you harm if they have not been tampered with in any way. The goods should be in their original condition if you want to make a personal injury claim. The goods do not have to be new, car recalls being a typical example of faulty products that are recalled sometimes years later.
Retails can only be held accountable if they knew they were selling an unsafe product.
Trading Standards Officers
The goods that have caused your injury should be reported to the Trading Standards Officers to ensure that something is done to stop other people being injured in the same way. They have the powers to:Open Claim Calculator
- Seize goods for testing
- Immediately stop further sales of the goods
- Demand a recall of the items
- Get permission from the courts for the goods to be destroyed
- Prosecute the guilty party which could mean heavy fines or imprisonment
Making your faulty goods injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline will help make your personal injury compensation claim. We have over 13 years’ experiences, having aided many thousands of claimants get the compensation they deserved.
On our website there is a test that will take just 30-seconds to let you know if you qualify to make a claim and if you do will estimate the amount you may be awarded.
Our advisors can be contacted on our freephone number, 0800 180 4123, and they will prove to be friendly, professional and helpful. They will answer all you questions and give you all the information you need regarding a personal injury claim. Calling them puts you under no obligation to continue with the process if you deicide it is not the way forward for you.
All our claims are financed by the no win no fee* agreement, so you do not have to worry about finding any funds to start your claim and will not have to pay Accident Advice Helpline anything if your claim is lost.