In accordance with the Consumer Protection Act of 1987, persons who have suffered from personal injuries caused by defective products (i.e., the personal injury should not be due to misuse of the product) has the legal right to file defective product claims against the concerned manufacturer or retailer. The claims can be filed even when the litigant did not purchase the defective product – the personal injury suffered can be acceptable proof in court.
If you have experienced personal injury, either physical or psychological or both in nature, due to the use of a defective or faulty product, you should look into making a negligence claim. We can provide competent and compassionate legal advice about the matter therefore taking out most of the stress in claiming the monetary compensation you deserve.
Please contact us and we can discuss your chances of establishing a successful product liability claim, as well as discuss strategies for other matters including early compensation for the payment of your private healthcare expenses, such as rehabilitation.
We will also be here to answer your relevant questions. To make a successful claim it is imperative that :
- Personal injury was directly caused by the faulty product;
- Claim should be within three 3 years of the negligence; and
- Receipts, among other relevant evidence, to support your claim
Keep in mind that you can make defective product claims for a wide range of defective products and the subsequent injuries suffered from their purchase and/or use. We have handled claims involving burns, electric shocks, and fractures, among other personal injuries, caused by faulty products. We approach our cases with both legal competence and personal compassion for the physical injuries and psychological distress you have likely suffered from their purchase or use.