If we encounter an injury when using a product, how can we determine if we have the right to seek the help of a no win no fee solicitor? Also, how can we be certain that the manufacture is to blame?
To answer this two part question, it is important to understand the differences between liability. There are three areas to be considered in this instance.
- Defective marketing
- Defective manufacturing
- Defective design
A no win no fee solicitor will explain that defective marketing centres around the way that a product was sold. Allow me to extrapolate…If a new tablet is marketed but the customer is not informed of the potential side effects, the product would fall under the category of defective marketing. This has nothing to do with the product itself.
No win no fee in Southsea: Evaluating the fine print
Defective manufacturing is apportioned when a fault occurs during the manufacturing process. This makes the item slightly different from all the rest. In some cases, only one product may be affected, in others several. For example, the brakes on a car could work fine on one model but in another,could fail and cause an accident.
No win no fee in Southsea: Knowing where to point the finger
In the case of defective design, a no win no fee solicitor will find an entire ensemble of products affected. The whole line will encounter a problem due to poor design. Upon examination of the blueprint, such a flaw would become apparent. Only recently the news highlighted the dangers associated with some baby cots. The rungs on the appliance were placed too far apart which meant the some children were able to push their heads through and suffer serious, if not fatal injuries.
No win no fee in Southsea: Safety first
A fast route to answering the above questions would be to call a company such as Accident Advice Helpline. They have a legal team waiting to answer your most pressing concerns. Call the Freephone number on: 0800 689 0500 or ring from your mobile on: 0333 500 0993. Alternatvely Text “claim365” to 88010. Some people prefer to fill out the thirty second test on their website. This provides an instant indication as to whether they have a case worth pursuing.
No win no fee in Southsea: Getting to the source of the matter
To determine if the product was the result of a design fault or manufacturing defect it should be calculated how many products became defective. Were there three, ten, twenty? If some products functioned as intended,it points to a manufacturers defect. If the entire line was faulty,defective design was the cause.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: David Brown