By nature, any consumer-product purchase implies a given trust that the manufacturers have taken every reasonable measure to produce the safest product possible. Toronto’s Singh Barristers personal injury lawyers believe in holding the people who stand behind the brand on ultimately unsafe products responsible when defectively made items result in bodily harm to consumers.
Knowing the good faith that’s implied by purchase, various parties ultimately hold an irrevocable responsibility for distributing products that haven’t been properly vetted to catch any potential safety hazards. The confusion can come in assessing who exactly should be held responsible and the chain of decisions that resulted in a dangerous, unsafe product ending up in a paying consumer’s hands. Wading through these muddy waters can require expert, experienced guidance through a variety of intricate factors in a valid or successful claim:
- Varying provincial and federal laws assigning degrees of responsibility for defective-product injuries
- Narrowing down who was ultimately responsible for the defective product becoming available to consumers, and to what extent
- Weighing the jurisdictional intersections when injuries stemmed from products produced in the U.S., China, or other foreign locales, as well as the complexities arising when the parts resulting in the product defect are produced overseas or in the U.S. while the remaining product was made in Canada
- Testing by experts and engineers to elaborate on the source of the defect
These cases are matters of upholding appropriate legal responsibility. Trust yours to personal injury lawyers with more than three decades of experience between them in representing consumers wronged by defective products. You could have a significant cash settlement to offset the costs of your injuries. Contact Toronto’s Singh Barristers today for your free consultation to assess the nature of your potential claim.