Saturday, 31 March 2012

Defective Product Claims - Design Defect


Article by
Kevin Timms
A product may be defective if it is unsafe for its intended use because of a design defect.

A defective product compensation claim in respect of a design defect can often be complex as the design of a product may involve a number of variables including durability, aesthetics and ergonomics.
A defective design in a product may lead to an early failure of the product causing personal injuries or cause personal injuries prior to the product failing. An example of a design defect in a product is Metal on Metal hip implants, which by their design using metal on metal components has resulted in a high rate of metal wear particles causing extensive damage to many people who have these metal on metal hip implants.

In order to bring a defective product compensation claim in respect of a product with a design defect it has to be shown that the product contained a defect and that the individual wishing to make a compensation claim  suffered a personal injury as a result of the defect in the product.

Garden House Solicitors are specialist defective product claim solicitors and can help you make a defective product compensation claim. For more information please contact Kevin Timms on 01992 422 128 or email Kevin ay Kevin@gardenhousesolicitors.co.uk.


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