The consumer products we purchase should be safe for regular use. That is why the companies that manufacture, test, package, advertise, and distribute non-commercial consumer items are beholden to a stringent system of checks and balances. Unfortunately, sometimes defective, potentially life-threatening products are released for sale to the public. If you were injured in an accident caused by a faulty and unsafe item, click here to learn more about how our Ontario defective products lawyers may be able to assist you.
Catastrophic injuries sustained during birth can have profound effects on the life of your newborn. If the damage was caused by the negligence of medical professionals, you may be entitled to compensation to help cover associated costs. Contact our Ontario catastrophic birth injury lawyers to discover how we may be able to help in your specific case. Learn more here.
Affecting one in three women and one in eight men in Canada, sexual assault can have severe consequences on a person’s quality of life. If you have been targeted, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Ontario sexual assault lawyes to see how we might be able to help in your specific case. Learn more here:
There is no statute of limitations on sexual abuse claims in the province of Ontario. That means, no matter how far in the past your abuse occurred, you could still be entitled to pursue justice by filing a civil claim. To learn how our sexual abuse lawyers serving all of Ontario may be able to provide you with assistance, click here.
Hip implant surgeries can help extend a person’s life and mobility by years. But sometimes, the procedure has injurious, painful side effects. If you sustained injuries after undergoing hip implant surgery, whether your medical condition was the result of medical malpractice or defective materials, you may be entitled to compensation. Click here to learn more about how our Ontario hip implant injury lawyers may be able to assist you.
Accidents can have fatal consequences. Because of someone else’s negligence, families can be torn apart, loved ones can be lost, and close relatives can find themselves in emotional and financial despair.
Accidents can happen when you least expect them. Throughout the province, traumatic, violent, and preventable accidents hospitalize innocent, unsuspecting community members each day. No matter where your accident occurred, if you were injured because of someone else’s negligence, you might be entitled to compensation.
Owning a pet comes with its share of responsibilities. Dog owners in Ontario are responsible for more than simply feeding and walking their pet; they have a legal responsibility to make sure other people are not harmed because of their dog.