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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury specialist in Sandy


    Do you need an injury specialist in Sandy?

    Upgrading to a new smartphone or tablet computer is one of the modern day consumer’s most exciting moments. If you have a particular interest in all things tech, it’s likely you might plan your next purchase for months. Perhaps you might even delay your upgrade until one of the bigger names releases its latest product. Whether you’ve made your purchase online or in store, getting your new hardware home and taking it out of its box is a pleasure to behold. Once you’ve had a bit of a fiddle around with it, using up the small amount of battery charge it came with, it will be time to grab a wall or USB charger to give your unit’s battery some juice.

    Imagine your horror if you were to receive a rather nasty electric shock when you plugged your charger in. It’s not unheard of. If you’re a keen reader of mid-market tabloid newspapers, it’s likely you’ll have read about people being injured after receiving electric shocks when charging their devices. If you’ve received an electric shock from a smartphone or a tablet, or any other electrical device for that matter, you may be able to find an injury specialist in Sandy. They can help you to sue the manufacturer of the dodgy device for compensation.

    The evidence an injury specialist in Sandy will need

    Whatever you do, don’t throw away the electrical product that caused you to be injured through no fault of your own. Retain the product itself, along with any accessories it came with. It’s particularly to retain any charging equipment. Your injury specialist in Sandy may need this as evidence when fighting your case. You should also retain the packaging the device came in. Keep any proof of purchase you were given, too. Keep in mind that electronic receipts also count as valid evidence.

    You’ll also need to have had your injuries seen and noted by a doctor. If your injuries have left visible marks on your body, take pictures of them. If you don’t have evidence of the injuries you sustained, an injury specialist in Sandy might not be able to win you the compensation you deserve.

    Using a personal injury lawyer

    If an electrical device you purchased recently has caused injury in some way or form while you were using it in line with its manufacturer’s instructions, you should call our company, Accident Advice Helpline. You can reach us on 0800 689 0500 via a landline or on 0333 500 0993 using your mobile. You’ll be able to explain what happened to you to one of our trained claims advisors. Find out if there’s a chance that we will be able to represent you on a no-win-no-fee basis.

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    Date Published: 2nd November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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