Faulty Product Claims

Gaining You The Compensation You Deserve

Accident Solicitors Specialising In Faulty Product Claims

Injuries involving faulty products can be serious, including electrical burns, broken bones, cuts, concussion, poisoning and can involve injuries to children as well as adults.

If you have suffered an injury due to a defective product you could claim compensation for your injuries.

Our team of No Win No Fee solicitors has a good record of producing successful compensation claims following accidents and injuries due to faulty products and defective goods.

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Faulty product compensation claims and the laws surrounding personal injury claims with defective products is a fairly complex area of personal injury law; and that is why it is best to speak to a solicitor before making your first move.

If you don’t you could be missing out on the compensation you are entitled to.

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No Win No Fee Faulty Product Claims

What Is A No Win No Fee Claim?

A No Win No Fee agreement for your faulty product personal injury claim is a great, cost-effective way of receiving professional representation and legal advice, helping you to receive compensation and making amends for your personal injury resulting from defective or faulty goods. You pay nothing towards the claim because your solicitor is confident of achieving a successful outcome.

So I Pay Nothing?

No. If your compensation claim is unsuccessful then you walk away paying no fees to your solicitor or anyone else. During the successful completion of your compensation award, all other costs incurred, like court costs, legal costs involving the compilation of reports, etc are usually paid by the losing party. Your solicitor will fully explain the nature of any claims agreement and its fees, including a No Win No Fee faulty product claim that you enter into.

Faulty Goods Claims

Compensation Is Your Legal Entitlement

There are a number of UK laws which protect consumers from the sale of faulty goods and give you the legal right to pursue a claim for compensation. If a person suffers injury caused by a defective product, they may be entitled to claim damages. This will usually be from the producer e.g. the manufacturer of the goods although it is possible to bring a claim against a supplier too such as a shop.

In dangerous goods claims the manufacturer is liable not only if it supplies a product that is faulty but also if there are insufficient warning labels.

Defective products are subject to ‘strict liability’, which means that it only needs to be proved that injury was caused by the product’s defect. It is not necessary to show that the producer was negligent. Companies usually take out Product Liability Insurance (PLI) to cover the cost of faulty product compensation claims.

Faulty Goods Claims

Making A Claim For Faulty Goods Compensation Is Your Legal Right

Faulty Product Claims

These are just some examples of successful product liability claims following injury from defective or faulty products.

  • Faulty Games and Toys
  • Cars and Other Vehicles
  • Faulty Electrical Products
  • Faulty Cosmetics
  • Food and Drink
  • Dangerous Furniture
  • Defective Tools
  • Child Buggies
  • Badly Labelled Food
  • Faulty Safety Equipment
  • Gardening Equipment
  • Defective Power Tools

The law clearly states that products must be of a minimum quality and be fit for the purpose they are sold for. Also, importantly the product should be sold to you in an honest and transparent manner, matching any description on the packaging.

Claims for faulty goods compensation are usually lodged following injuries due to the sale of defective or dangerous goods.

Any product or device that is unsafe to use or contains harmful substances can lead to a successful product liability claim for compensation.

Why not talk to one of our personal injury solicitors who can advise you on your next step? You could even be eligible for a No Win No Fee fall compensation claim, entitling you to keep 100 per cent of your injury compensation.