Product manufacturer’s have a duty to ensure products they release for public consumption are safe and usable by all, without risk of injury. If a defective product is released or injury caused to those that use it: the manufacturer is liable and thus open to a compensation claim.
Under the Consumer Protection Act of 1987 you may have a right to make a claim against the person or organisation that created the product. The Act imposes duties on manufacturers as soon as the product is released to market. If a design fault can be established then the claimant does not have to go through the process of proving their liability.
If for example, a product line of televisions is fine, however the one you have purchased is defective and has injured you, then you have a responsibility to prove the product purchased was defective. If proven you are eligible to claim compensation.
Our Personal Injury Lawyers have the experience and skill to advise you in making a claim for compensation if you have been injured. It’s simple to begin the process.
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Contact us now to take advantage of a free consultation to assess your claim. We may be able to assist you on a “No Win No Fee” basis meaning there is no risk to you in terms of paying fees to us if your claim is unsuccessful.