If you have sustained an injury, following utilization of a defective product, then you have the right to submit a defective product claim. You might be able to use one or more of 4 different liability theories, when submitting that same claim. Read More
Category: Product Liability
How Canadian Laws Protect Consumers From Dangerous Products?
Only infrequently, does a resident of Ontario hear or read about a local consumer that got injured or sick after using a certain product. That fact highlights that degree to which Canadian laws work to protect consumers. Those laws penalize any business or facility that plays a part in creation of a dangerous product. Read More
Why Are Tort Claims Enforceable By Law?
You may have been hearing a lot about tort claims lately having suffered a serious injury. If you are seeking compensation from the party that caused the accident, this is known as a tort claim. Read More
How To Find Defendants That Will Support Your Product Liability Case
If you have been injured by a defective product and you intend to launch a lawsuit against the company responsible for your injury, then you need to study the nature of the product’s defect. Consider how such a defect might have added an element of danger to what should be a useful item. How could it have become one of that same item’s features? Read More
What You Should Know About Filing A Product Liability Claim
It’s important to know and understand product liability. It’s on every product out on the market today in order to protect consumers and warn them of any potential dangers. You as the consumer, have the right to expect these warnings to be listed on a product so you know what to expect and what to avoid. Read More
Do You Have A Valid Product Liability Claim?
Product liability refers to an area of personal injury law in which designers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers, and others in the chain of supply can be held liable for injuries to a person that resulted from using their particular product. While the term “product” can have numerous connotations, it refers to tangible personal property in this type of personal injury claim. If you recently sustained injuries and/or suffered damages by using a defective product you may be able to sue for compensation. Read More
What Is Involved In A Product Liability Claim?
If you sustained injuries when you used a product or you suffered damages as a result, you should talk with a personal injury lawyer in St. Catharines, who specializes in product liability cases and determine if it warrants filing a claim. Product liability cases are oftentimes complex and most cases fall under one of several categories. By understanding them, this will help you and your lawyer determine whether your claim is valid and whether or not you are entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. Read More