What are Defective Products?
Unfortunately, defective products cases are not uncommon, and the aftermath for consumers who were harmed by a defective product can be severe. Mandeep S. Saggi at Saggi Law Firm assist their clients in seeking compensation for any and all harm that resulted from the use of defective products. In many cases, lawsuits are large and include many injured parties, known as a class action lawsuit.
When a product hits store shelves, consumers are entitled to a reasonable belief that it can be used with a fair expectation of safety.
When that level of care hasn’t been taken, the makers must be held responsible before they may continue profiting from unsafe merchandise.
Wide variety of Defective Products
Mandeep S. Saggi of Toronto’s Saggi Law Firm recognizes that defective products in a wide variety have a responsibility to guaranteeing the utmost safety:
- Exercise equipment
- Automotive air bags, brakes and tires
- Ladders, scaffolding and other construction equipment
- Safety equipment
- Product warning labels
In some instances, only monetary compensation to injured or dissatisfied consumers drives home the responsibility of manufacturers, designers, distributors and retailers to producing goods in such a manner that the user has no reason to doubt his or her safety.
The Saggi Law Firm’s team of legal professionals will consult with you on the circumstances of your injury before thoroughly investigating the possibility the producers knowingly or negligently put a defective product into stores.
If that’s demonstrated to be the case, we will hold them accountable and pursue appropriate compensation for any damages, monetary and physical, that you’ve suffered as a result.