Project Description

If you have used a product and suffered an injury because of it, you may have a legal right to seek compensation for your injuries against the company that manufactured the product. Manufacturers can sell their products to the public without properly considering the potential safety hazards involved.

Product liability cases often include such products as children’s toys, household goods, motor vehicle designs, machinery in the workplace or home, etc.

These types of case can potentially be complicated. The responsible party could be the manufacturer, distributor, retailer or some combination of any of them. Engineers and other similar experts are often necessary to determine whether the product was defective and should have been reasonably released to the public.

Dyer Brown can help you decide whether you have a reasonable case to bring forward if you have been hurt using a product that has been made by a manufacturer.



For over 125 years, Dyer Brown has represented clients throughout Southwestern Ontario.