Faulty Product Injury Claims
Brachers has many years of experience obtaining compensation for clients from faulty product injury claims. Our experience with faulty product injury claims includes defective medical implants and defective shopping trolleys, collapsing faulty ladders and dangerously sharp toys.
If we believe that your faulty product injury claim has good prospects we will offer you a ‘no win-no fee’ agreement and pay any legal expenses up front for you.
Our starting point is always a free, no obligation assessment of your faulty product injury claim.
We have a dedicated team of lawyers experienced in handling all types of faulty product injury claims and our lawyers have a long successful track record in obtaining compensation for faulty product injury claims.
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An early day motion has been tabled in the House of Commons to raise the issue of reform of the law for victims of psychiatric injury. Read more17/10/17
The right to anonymity - personal injury claims for children and protected adults
In a personal injury claim by a child or protected adult, i.e. a person who lacks capacity to conduct proceedings, no settlement will be valid without the approval of the Court (CPR 21.10). A litigation friend will be required to conduct the personal injury claim by a child or protected adult. The Court will be asked to approve any settlement reached at an approval hearing. Read more18/09/17
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