Injuries Resulting from Unsafe, Defective and Dangerous Products
We all depend on the safety of the products we use each day. We are entitled to expect that all things we use, including the cars we drive, the clothes we wear and the food we eat, are designed, tested, manufactured, produced and distributed in a way that protects us from harm.Thousands of people are seriously or fatally injured each year due to unsafe conditions and defective products. Insufficient labeling, faulty manufacturing and product recalls can affect most any item, and the result on consumers can be devastating.
When Things Go Wrong, In Ontario, The Law Protects Us From Dangerous Products. Consumers Who Suffer Injury Caused By A Dangerous Product Can Claim Compensation From Those Responsible.
Manufacturer Can Be Held Responsible
Legally, companies are required to put their products through safety testing and provide adequate warning for any potentially dangerous features. However, despite these safety standards, dangerous and defective products are often found in the marketplace. Instances such as food poisoning, defective children’s toys, lead poisoning and exploding vehicle parts are all cause for legal action.
Take Action Sooner To Claim Rightful Compensation
Time limits govern when you must notify the responsible parties that you intend to bring a claim and they govern when you must start your claim for compensation. These time limits can restrict your rights to recover your losses.
Not everyone is entitled to claim compensation from the person who caused the accident. Each claim is different. Determining whether a product is unsafe, assessing whether it caused your injury, identifying those responsible and assessing the value of your claim requires analysis by an experienced personal injury lawyer.The personal injury lawyers at the Haghani Law Firm have developed a reputation for their technical know-how, legal knowledge and success in defending the rights of individuals injured by un-safe products.