Product Liability Claims
Our personal injury team are experts in product liability claims. Our dedicated team of solicitors who deal with all types of product liability and accident claims and we act on a 'no win, no fee' basis.
Product liability claims can be made under The Consumer Act 1987. This allows you to make a claim against the manufacturer of a faulty product which has caused you a personal injury.
Rodney Nelson-Jones, former partner in our personal injury team, is the author of the best selling textbook Product Liability - the law under the Consumer Protection Act 1987, and contributes the section on product liability in Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service.
We act on behalf of claimants in the UK and from abroad. Cases have arisen out of defects in:
- medical equipment and products
- kitchen appliances and equipment
- electrical appliances
Specialist product liability claims solicitors
If you suffer an injury because of a faulty or defective product, our personal injury team will advise you on what procedures you should follow in order to make a product liability compensation claim.
What can you claim compensation for?
You may be able to claim for a range of different items, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earnings
- Medical costs
- Personal effects
- Vehicle repair and hire
- Care costs
- Out of pocket expenses
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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