Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Defective products - consumer - Oxford

Defective products - consumer - Oxford

Products which are either defective or dangerous can cause injuries. In such cases, claims are governed by specific laws which can give rise to claims for compensation. Examples of such claims include ‘itchy sofa’ claims where consumers suffered severe skin complaints after sitting on sofas which had been treated with dangerous chemicals; defective gym equipment; exploding glass drinks bottles; other types of defective containers; injuries caused by defective vaccines or blood products have also been the source of recent product claims where injuries were caused.


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Mr Robert Smith of WILKINS SOLICITORS LLP in Aylesbury
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
I have been representing accident victims for over 30 years in Manchester, the West End of London and for over 30 years in Aylesbury where I head the Personal Injury Department at Wilkins Solicitors LLP.   I pursue a range of cases for accident... Read more
Distance: 20 miles
Ms Kim Milan of BOYES TURNER in Reading
Brain injury lawyer
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
I act for clients with acquired brain injuries, spinal injuries, amputations and other serious injuries. I aim to help my clients regain their independence after an accident by recognising the critical importance of... Read more
Distance: 24 miles