It is right to expect that a product on sale in this country will have been tested and is safe to use before it even goes on the shelf. Unfortunately, some products still fall through the net and can cause users to suffer from injury.
Injuries are often caused by products as a result of a design defect, a faulty batch, or defective product instructions.
If you have been injured by a faulty product you may be able to make a claim against the manufacturer and/or the seller of the product. We can advise you about the best way to make your claim.
You can claim compensation for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries from the defective product and the effect of those injuries on your day-to-day lifestyle.
You can also claim for financial losses suffered as a result of your injuries, such as loss of earnings, property damage, medical and travel expenses. If someone else such as a friend or family member has had to look after you, it may be possible to claim compensation for their time too.
If possible, you should keep the faulty product so that it can be inspected and used in evidence if necessary. However, if you no longer have the faulty product that does not necessarily mean that you cannot claim and we are happy to discuss this with you.
If for any reason you are unable to keep the product please try and take photographs.
Contact our team of expert injury lawyers who are specialists at dealing with faulty product claims. We can give you free advice about what to do next. The sooner you contact us the better, as there are time limits as to when a claim has to be made, and investigating a product liability claim is easier when the process is started quickly.
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