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Product Liability

No win no fee product liability compensation claims

If you have been injured as a result of an accident caused by goods or products which have been supplied or by work that has been carried out, you may be entitled to receive Product Liability compensation. These accidents can be caused by defective material or workmanship, design defects, inadequate or misleading warnings or instructions and can result in any number of accidents.

A Product Liability compensation claim can be made against anyone manufacturing or selling goods or carrying out work.
Making a Product Liability Claim

Accidents and damages caused by defective products and goods, supplied to individuals and to places of work, can occur at any time on any day. People who are subjected to loss or injury due to such products should make a product liability compensation claim to obtain the compensation they deserve. Making a product liability claim is possible where the following types of accidents occur:

  • Injury or fire resulting from defective electrical appliances
  • Injuries caused by imperfect knives and other types of dangerous tools
  • Road accidents which occur due to defective parts on the vehicle or improper workmanship during servicing or repair.
  • Food poisoning
  • Damage to teeth by foreign bodies present in food.
  • Injuries sustained by children due to unsafe toys.

If you or any member of your family is suffering from any kind of personal injury because of a dangerous or faulty product, Cooks Legal can assist you in claiming compensation for the injury.

Product Liability Cases

Defective and dangerous products can be a cause of personal injury or sometimes wrongful death. In product liability cases, it is possible for the victim or members of the family to recover all the damages caused by the defective product.

Product Liability Lawyers

Product liability is a branch of law which holds manufacturers, sellers and designers responsible for any harm suffered by their product’s users and buyers. These products may be anything ranging from plastic bags to aeronautical charts. If any flaw is found in the designing, manufacturing or marketing of the product, then the concerned authority is held responsible for the harm caused to its buyers or users.

Typical causes of defective products include negligence, warranty obligations, designing problems, manufacturing defects and failure to give sufficient warning about the possible risks or problems related to a product. Product liability solicitors are those who specialise in helping injured parties make claims related to product liability. If you have found that you have been injured or harmed in any way due to the product you are using, then you have the right to sue the manufacturer, designer or marketer for damages. Cooks Legal are experts in product liability claims and we can help you find out who is responsible for your injuries so that you can make a claim.

Product Liability No Win No Fee Solicitors

Whether you are injured by the products of a seller or a manufacturer you can consider contacting Cooks Legal for help. We work on the basis of no win no fee, which means that you do not have to pay any fees to us if we are not able to win the case for you. We will be able to help you in evaluating the case and determining whether you will receive a significant amount of compensation from the product liability. Product liability cases include manufacturing defects, design defects or a defective product due to the ignorance or negligence of anyone in the distribution chain that has caused injuries to the consumer.

Product Liability Advice

The products you purchase, from the toys you give to your children, to the vehicle you drive, the food you consume and even medication and medical equipment used, are subject to regulatory standards to maintain the level of quality in these goods and protect consumers. When you purchase or use a product, you expect some standards to have been met at every stage when the product is manufactured and packaged. If injury, illness, or something worse happens from the use of that particular product and you can prove that the specific product is defective, with the right product liability advice you can make a product liability claim to obtain compensation.

Product Warning Notices

Product warning notices relate to the use of certain dangerous products, they include the safety guidelines that need to be followed when using the product. These guidelines need to be mentioned on the product label. The label can also include notifications about the use of unsafe or hazardous products. Sometimes, manufacturers do not print proper product warning notices about the harm which can be caused by the use of a product. If the manufacturer also fails to display the precautions which need to be followed while using a product then compensation may be payable to a person who has suffered injury as a result. Product Liability allows the consumer to take action against a seller, manufacturer or processor of a product if they fail to conform to set standards regarding the safety of a product. A consumer can suffer loss and injury as a result of his or her use of a defective product. Severe physical injuries or extensive property damage can be the result.

Pursuing a Product Liability Claim

Whether you are injured while using defective equipment or gadgets or you are ill due to consumption of a badly manufactured food item, you are able to pursue a product liability claim in order to get due financial compensation for physical and emotional harm caused by the use of the faulty equipment. In order to get product liability damages, you can utilise the services of a product liability solicitor at Cooks Legal. We can help you claim back the maximum amount of compensation you are owed, as a victim of a faulty product.

Slip in Public House
Mrs C whilst walking towards the bar area slipped on the wet floor of a public house whilst walking towards the bar area. She fell awkwardly causing a complex fracture of her right wrist. The insurers denied liability alleging the floor was dry and that Mrs C was drunk and jumping on the dancefloor. Cooks obtained evidence refuting this and issued the claim at Court. Settlement was reached just prior to the trial when Mrs C was awarded £20,000.00 she said:
"I would just like to say thanks to the staff who have been first class explaining things to me all the way and keeping me informed."
Mrs C from Middlesbrough