Manufacturers of household goods and the retailers that sell them have a duty to ensure products align with safety protocols set by the industry as well as consumer law. They must package products appropriately with the right warning labels to minimize the risk of injury to consumers. When these measures are not followed or poorly executed and you are injured as a result, you may be eligible to make a claim for your injuries and economic losses.
At Stevenson Whelton LLP, we know that making a claim against big companies may seem overwhelming. We are committed to providing the expertise and personalized representation you need to make a successful personal injury claim for injuries caused by defective or dangerous products.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your help and expertise in bringing my claim against the toy company to a successful conclusion. You were very honest regarding my expectations from the first and, of course, you were absolutely correct!" — J.*
Efficient Representation Focused on Your Needs
Faulty or defective products can cause serious injuries, from serious burns to broken bones to serious head or back injuries. Toxic substances may also cause long-term illnesses or allergic reactions that could prove dangerous or even fatal. Stevenson Whelton LLP represents individuals and especially children who are injured by defective or dangerous products such as:
- Faulty electrical products or household appliances
- Defective children's toys that could pose a choking hazard
- Toxic furniture
- Weak or unstable cupboards, bookcases and other furniture
Personal injury claims involving defective products, called products liability claims, are often time-sensitive, meaning you must make a claim within a certain time period after the accident to obtain compensation. This is especially true for products that may be recalled by the manufacturer or distributor for known flaws. Our lawyers keep up to date with such industry recalls and provide honest advice about your options for seeking compensation.
Contact Our Lawyers Handling Defective Children's Toys Claims
We handle all claims on a no-win, no fee basis, and it costs nothing to discuss your claim with our experienced personal injury lawyers handling product defect injury claims. Contact us by calling 289‑813‑3260 or 416-599-7900 toll free for a free consultation.