Canonbury is situated in the London Borough of Islington on the northern side of London. Some places of interest are Canonbury Tower, Canonbury Square, New River Walk and Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art which is in Canonbury Square.
You may have bought an item on Compton Road or elsewhere and you discover that it was defective after causing a personal injury, which was not your fault.
Manufacturers, distributors and retailers of products to the public should insure against product defects instead of overburdening the consumer with the hazards. Product liability law sets strict rules about who is responsible for defective products.
You may be a resident of Canonbury who bought defective or faulty products from one of the stores, which caused an injury to you or your family, which was not your fault. This is a ground for a personal injury compensation claim which can be handled by a lawyer in Canonbury.
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Product liability claims through a lawyer in Canonbury
For a product liability injury claim to be successful the plaintiff has to prove that, the defendant had a duty of care, this duty was breached and the breach caused the injury or damages.
If the manufacturer violates the law or regulations, there is negligence or there is breach of warranty, and a victim suffers an injury as a result of that, there is a case. There are times when the case is determined without requiring the plaintiff’s proof.
The manufacturer will still be held responsible if the product is defective whether there was negligence or not. A product can have manufacturing, design and marketing defects which can cause injuries.
You require a qualified product liability lawyer in Canonbury from Accident Advice Helpline to claim general and/or special damages if you are a victim.
- Injury arising from manufacturing defects– the manufacturer is liable for defective products which have poor-quality that arise due to faulty manufacturing processes or shoddy work. These defective products may cause food poisoning or abdominal cancers and in such incidents a lawyer Canonbury will file an injury compensation claim for medical expenses, loss of earnings and the pain and suffering caused to the victim.
- Injury arising from defective packaging-dangerous and useless packaging which makes the product unsafe, unusable creating personal or economic injuries and where risks outweigh benefits.
- Injury arising from failure to warn-if whoever is responsible for making the products available did not warn of potential risks. Manufacturers should warn consumers of any dangers.
Date Published: 13th January 2014
Author: David Brown