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Making a Product Liability Claim
It’s possible to make a claim for compensation even if you didn’t buy the product yourself. If you were given it as a gift, for example, or received it for free as part of a promotional offer, you still have every right to expect it to be safe.
Although products will wear out over time and some failure can be expected, being harmed or injured is not acceptable and should not merely be put up with. If you feel you have been hurt or injured due to poorly manufactured goods call free today on 0800 234 6438 and share the details of your case with an expert legal adviser. If they feel the company, person or shop which provided the item has behaved in a negligent manner, an injury solicitor will work to put together the strongest possible case, on a no win no fee basis. This means you won’t have to pay any money up front and, if your case happens to be unsuccessful, you still won’t have to pay any solicitors fees.
While the basics of a product liability cases may seem fairly simple, they can in fact become much more complex. This is why utilising the services of an experienced and knowledgeable personal injury solicitor – such as those provided by No Win No Fee – is absolutely vital.
For example, warnings on the packaging of an item do not absolve the manufacturer of responsibility if it then injures you, but in some cases the manufacturer may try to claim the injury occurred due to your misuse. Another complication can arise when a product is made up of many constituent parts, each one manufactured separately. If the brakes on your car fail, for example, do you claim against the overall manufacturer of the car, or the specific supplier of the faulty brake discs?
An expert solicitor will know the answer to this question and any others you might have, and will make it their business to build the most solid possible case on your behalf. If you’ve been injured, you shouldn’t have to spend your time worrying about the technicalities of your case. It should be borne in mind, however, that you only have a period of three years during which you can make a claim against a retailer or manufacturer after suffering an injury caused by one of their goods. As such, if you feel you’ve suffered in this way, you should get in touch with an injury solicitor ASAP.
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