Faulty products compensation
If a business supplies products to consumers, it must ensure that those products are safe. The producers (such as the manufacturer) have the biggest responsibility when it comes to safety; however, distributors have legal responsibilities as well. If a business fails to meet its obligations, it could face the consequences, including legal action, large fines and even imprisonment. Businesses have the potential to be sued by anybody who has been harmed in any way as a result of using the product.
- Medical devices and pharmaceuticals
- Food products that give people illnesses
- Defective appliances and equipment
- Defective toys
- Contaminated water supplies
- Faulty consumer products
- Defective hair products
Can I claim faulty product compensation?
If you have purchased a product that is faulty through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation. At Ashwood Solicitors, we understand that it can be daunting when you want to make a claim but don’t know if you’re entitled to it. Our team are here to help you seek professional legal advice and make further sense of what you may be entitled to. If your individual circumstances align with the Consumer Protection Act, our solicitors will be able to handle your claim and represent you if the case goes to court. Depending upon the nature of the your claim, the sum of any compensation can vary greatly, but our expert team can help you achieve the best possible outcome.