If you have experienced issues with a product or appliance that is dangerous or faulty, Jackson Boyd is able to help you.
Here at Jackson Boyd, we know the physical and psychological impact that being involved in this type of accident can have on your life and on your family. That’s why we’ll provide expert advice, support and assistance throughout the claims process. We’ve helped many people in your situation, and you can be sure that your case will be handled by a team of experienced personal injury solicitors.
If you have suffered an injury as a result of a dangerous or faulty product, you will normally have only three years to bring a claim, so it is important to act quickly. To remove any additional financial stress you may experience, and to give you extra peace of mind, we offer a free initial consultation and operate on a no-win, no-fee basis. For more information on funding your personal injury claim please click here.
You may be entitled to make a claim for financial compensation, or one of a number of different legal remedies, depending upon what has happened. Regardless of the circumstances, Jackson Boyd’s expertise means that we are in a strong position to handle your case and seek the best possible outcome on your behalf.
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When you contact the team at Jackson Boyd we will want to get to know more about you and exactly what has happened. This is important, as it will enable us not only to provide you with the best service, but also to give you appropriate and relevant legal advice.
Dangerous or Faulty Product Lawyers in Glasgow & Edinburgh
Jackson Boyd prides itself on the first class legal services and first class client care that we offer on a daily basis. We want to use this to your advantage, and so if you have had a dangerous or faulty product accident we recommend getting in touch.
Please feel free to contact the Jackson Boyd team today by calling 0333 222 1855 or contact us online. We look forward to assisting you with your case.