Consumers rely on some products to keep them safe and on all products, certainly, to be safe. From cars to helmets, from sporting equipment to toys and candy, Canadians make their purchasing decisions in good faith.
That faith, however, has been shaken by the sheer number of product and car recalls being covered in the news every week. People are getting hurt — and sometimes killed — by corporations and processes they trusted.
While a mass recall might make a victim’s legal recourse fairly clear, unexpected failures and defects, which contribute to so many accidents and injuries, are highly complex. They demand lawyers who are uncommonly versed in claims against manufacturers and designers.
McLeish Orlando knows how to handle cases relating to defective products, from investigating to submitting proper information to providing expert witnesses.