Solicitor Warns of Argos Sofa Danger
A North West personal injury solicitor is urging people to be aware of a batch of problem leather sofas from Argos, some of which have been causing injury to consumers after allegedly being contaminated with chemicals applied to their surface.
Argos recently issued a recall notice about certain batches of the Pia and Bari range of furniture on sale in its stores, following complaints from customers of an allergic skin reaction causing blistering, burns, rashes and itching.
James Maxey, managing partner at Express Solicitors in Manchester said: “We are already fielding calls from angry customers who wish to claim compensation for the discomfort they’ve been through.
“We are urging people to be aware of the dangers as they might not have a reaction straight away. Anybody who does have a reaction should, if possible, take photographic evidence to back their case.
“A personal injury solicitor could even pursue a compensation claim for you if you have been to visit somebody and been affected by their sofa.
“Obviously the compensation will be dependent on the severity of the symptoms, which reportedly vary from mild to very painful and severe.
“Argos has recalled the sofas from the affected batches but this has come too late for some consumers, who have been forced to seek medical attention. The company has offered to replace any affected sofas but anyone seeking compensation will require specialist legal advice.”
For more information please contact Express Solicitors on 0845 456 4007 or visit www.expresssolicitors.co.uk
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