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Providing effective advocacy in product liability issues

On behalf of Rooz Law posted in Product Liability on Friday, December 5, 2014.

If you’ve been injured or your property has been damaged because of a defective product, you may be able to pursue compensation for your losses. Serving clients in Toronto and the surrounding areas, our team of experienced personal injury attorneys are effective advocates when it comes to the rights of consumers regarding product liability claims.

When it comes to the issue of product liability, a plethora of services and products can lead to various injuries and damages. We understand each client has unique circumstances surrounding a claim. Whether your injury involved a defective vehicle, drug, home appliance or any type of equipment that was incorrectly repaired, our goal is to ensure that your rights are fully protected through our effective litigation procedures.

A case begins with an analysis in order to determine the party who may be responsible for your losses. Liable parties may include companies or service technicians who repaired, cleaned or maintained the particular product in question, the product’s manufacturer, vendors who sold the defective product or provided poor quality parts for the product.

Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of product liability laws and your rights along with the skill to negotiate a resolution with companies who try to deny liability for damages. In some cases, they may claim that they are not liable for damages caused by a product that was incorrectly repaired or maintained.

As a consumer, you have a right to be protected for faulty products and services that you have paid for. If you’re seeking information on what you should do after suffering damages from a defective product, please visit our page on product liability.

Source: Rooz PC Law, “Product Liability Lawyer For North York”, December 04, 2014

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