The first thing that must be done before jumping into a personal injury claim is to have a good understanding of what is meant by a personal injury and on what grounds one might claim compensations for the wrongdoing. Personal injury can result from the use of dangerous or defective products. "Products liability" law refers to the rules governing a manufacturer or other provider's liability for products that harm consumers and workers.
What is a cause and effect essay?
Cause and effect essays are concerned with why things happen (causes) and what happens as a result (effects). Cause and effect is a common method of organizing and discussing ideas.
Any undesirable or unexpected event resulting in harm and damage can be termed as an accident. An accident generally occurs as a result of carelessness, ignorance, or a combination of causes, leading to an unfortunate result like injury. Under the U.S. law, the term accident is a broad term, covering various incidents, including but not limited to a hit-and-run accident; accidents caused by uninsured or underinsured drivers; accidents involving a bus, truck, etc; premises accidents (trip and fall) caused by defective conditions, improper maintenance, repair or cleaning, overcrowding, insufficient supervision, or improper security; or construction-site accidents, etc.
There are strict laws in the UK governing the manufacture and sale of products. If a manufacturer sell a product that is defective and the defects cause injury, loss or damage then that manufacturer is liable to pay compensation.
The cause and effect essay explains the reasons of the event or interprets the consequences of the event.
You may open your essay with a well-known outcome or situation and study what caused such a result. Another way of starting such an essay is to describe some event and then analyze its consequences.
The words and phrases on this list can be used to effect transition in the suggested situation.
To indicate addition:
again, also, and, and then, besides, equally important, finally, first, furthermore, in addition, last, likewise, moreover, next, too, nor, in the first place
To indicate cause and effect:
accordingly, as a result, consequently, hence, in short, otherwise, then, therefore, thus, truly, so, it follows that
To indicate comparison:
in like manner, likewise, similarly, in such a manner, and, also, again