Manufacturing and Product Liability
Toronto’s Top Manufacturing Liability Law Firm: Whether the product is a faulty automobile airbag, hairdryer, a child’s toy, tainted meat, artificial hip, or an automobile tire, manufacturers must ensure that products are designed and made safely.
Manufacturers must have quality control systems in place to prevent defective products from entering the market. They also need to provide adequate directions and warning labels to protect consumers.
When a dangerous or defective product injures an unwary consumer, one or more of the manufacturer, designer, distributor, wholesaler or retailer will be considered legally liable as long as the consumer was using the product as it was meant to be used when he or she was injured.
Our firm is experienced in helping determine who bears responsibility for product or manufacturing defects or inadequate warnings and information and then pursuing those responsible for the damages that their negligence has caused consumers.
For example: If you have a question or concern regarding your surgery, and you feel that faulty products might have been used, it is in your best interest to contact a skilled lawyer immediately. If you have been advised that the components of your hip replacement have broken down such that you require a subsequent hip replacement – you may be entitled to substantial benefits for damages against the hip component manufacturer.
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At Strype Injury Law, we’re always willing to take your case to trial. If your case cannot be settled for a fair amount, then we will fight for you in the courts to get the award you deserve.
Hip replacement: If you have been advised that the components of your hip replacement have broken down such that you require a subsequent hip replacement, you may be entitled to substantial benefits for damages against the hip component manufacturer. Please give our office a call to discuss.
In the light of recent massive auto industry product recalls and resulting lawsuits, Strype Injury Law is ready to pursue those responsible for the damages that their negligence has caused you.