Product Liability Lawyers Red Deer

Buying non-commercial consumer products like domestic items, recreational items, or sports gear is a common practice that often goes unscrutinized. It is rare to imagine that an appliance, furniture piece, children’s toy, sports item, or other product available for sale at a local retailer or online store will be unsafe for use.

Unfortunately, for a number of reasons, the products that are made available for sale throughout the country are not always safe to use. In fact, in some instances, using a non-commercial consumer item in accordance with its included safety instructions could have injurious repercussions.

Companies that manufacture, package, advertise, import, and distribute non-commercial consumer products are required to comply with national safety standards mandated by the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA). Unfortunately, these companies do not always follow federal safety protocols.

Consumers rarely consider the entire lifespan of the products they purchase. However, a product’s journey from conception to distribution is often a long and involved one that includes multiple companies and individual parties. Negligence can exist at any stage of a product’s lifespan. For example, a product could be:

  • Designed in a defective manner
  • Subject to  errors in the manufacturing process
  • Improperly tested for safety
  • Packaged with insufficient safety warnings
  • And more

Manufacturers of defective products have a duty to inform proper authorities as soon as they become aware of potential hazards associated with their commercial items. By doing so, a nationwide recall, advisory, and safety alert can be instituted to avoid the risk of the product causing additional harm. Failing to take this crucial action could also be considered negligence.

After being injured by a defective product, it might be initially unclear which party was truly responsible and who might be liable for your resulting damages. That is why, if you sustained injuries, it is important to book a free initial consultation with our Red Deer defective products lawyers as soon as possible. You might be entitled to compensation.

You may be eligible to work with our defective products lawyers serving Red Deer. By holding the party responsible for your injuries accountable for their negligence, you may be able to recover compensation. To learn more about working with our Red Deer defective products lawyers, contact us today.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation

Our defective products lawyers serving Red Deer offer all prospective clients a free initial consultation. During this cost-free, no-obligation first meeting, our defective products lawyers serving Red Deer can review your circumstances with you and offer personalized, case-specific legal feedback.

If you are eligible to pursue a civil claim, our Red Deer defective products lawyers may be able to help you hold the negligent parties accountable for their wrongful actions and help you recover the compensation you deserve. What’s more, at Preszler Injury Lawyers, we work on a contingency-fee basis. That means you will not be required to pay for our legal services unless we win your case.

Take advantage of your free initial consultation by contacting our defective products lawyers today. We are standing by to take your call.


Our Red Deer practice group can assist with various types of claims.

Since 1959, Preszler Injury Lawyers has been helping Canadians pursue meaningful compensation from insurance providers.

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