Are you claiming Perth and Kinross compensation from a clothing manufacturer?
When any item is prepared for sale, it’s up to the manufacturers to ensure that it’s safe and that it won’t cause harm to someone. In most cases, this element of health and safety begins in the design process and most products go through various stages of development before they are deemed safe for sale.
Although clothes may seem like a straightforward product, this isn’t always the case. Whilst it’s hard to think of clothing and apparel as being dangerous, if it isn’t manufactured properly it could be. If, for example, potentially toxic dyes were used on the material, rather than approved fabric dyes, someone could suffer a serious reaction and could become very ill.
Whilst any type of clothing could potentially cause an injury, specialist clothing may be more harmful if it isn’t manufactured properly. If, for example, you’re a keen runner, you may purchase specialist running shoes on a fairly regularly basis. As most runners are aware, using the right shoes can help to improve your running but it can also help to relieve injuries and prevent further injuries from occurring.
However, if you purchase new shoes and there is a fault with them, there is a chance that you could be injured as a result. If you’re training for a particular race and an injury holds you back, you could be very frustrated due to such an unnecessary injury occurring.
If you’ve been hurt or injured because of a product or piece of clothing that you bought, you may want to claim Perth and Kinross compensation from the manufacturers. Rather than sending the item straight back to the manufacturers or taking it back to the shop you purchased it from, you may want to hang on to it.
If the time is still in your possession it can be tested independently to see if it id cause your injuries which could come in helpful if you decide to make a claim for Perth and Kinross compensation. If you’re unable to keep the item or it poses a threat to your safety, you may similarly want to photograph the item and keep this as evidence.
If you’re keen to make a claim for Perth and Kinross compensation after an injury, you may need help from a personal injury lawyer or solicitor. If you want to find out more about how Accident Advice Helpline could help you to obtain Perth and Kinross compensation, why not contact us?
We’re available around the clock and we will even provide free no obligation advice so you can find out anything you need to know about obtaining Perth and Kinross compensation without having to pay anything at all! To find out more today, simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do our best to help.
Date Published: 30th July 2014