The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) legislates nationwide safety protocols for businesses that manufacture, import, sell, advertise, package, label, and test non-commercial consumer products. The regulations outlined within the CCPSA are in place in order to reduce the risk of harm to human health as a result of defective, potentially hazardous products. 

Businesses are required to comply with these stringent safety protocols so that consumers that purchase their products are not harmed in unexpected accidents. However, negligence at several phases of an item’s production cycle could occur, causing dangerous, defective products to be made available for sale to the general public. When this happens, unsuspecting consumers could be seriously injured or even killed when they use the defective product they have purchased. 

Injury-causing accidents arising from the use of defective products are often the result of their manufacturer’s negligence. Products could be designed in a defective manner. An error in the manufacturing process could result in hazardous defects. Testing of the product’s safety could be conducted improperly. A product’s safety instructions, labeling, packaging, or advertising could fail to sufficiently communicate the risks associated with the product’s improper use. Any number of these errors can occur when the people involved in the manufacturing process do not abide by the rules laid out by the CCPSA; their failure to fulfill a duty of care to their customers through these kinds of wrongful actions could be considered negligence. 

Furthermore, if the manufacturer becomes aware of a harmful defect in their product, they are required to notify Health Canada so that a country-wide recall can be triggered. Failure to alert the proper authoritative bodies about potentially injurious defects in their products could also be considered negligence. 

If the negligence of a product manufacturer caused you to sustain injuries in a traumatic accident, the at-fault party or entity may be responsible for providing you with financial compensation for damages you have incurred because of your injuries. If your injurious accident occurred while using a non-commercial consumer product in accordance with its included safety instructions, our defective products lawyers serving Shediac may be able to provide you with legal assistance. 

By working with our Shediac defective products lawyers, you may be able to pursue a civil claim against the at-fault product manufacturer whose negligence caused you to sustain compensable injuries. By doing so, our defective product lawyers serving Shediac may be able to help you recover damages you have incurred, as well as damages you will incur in the future. These damages may include: 

  • Medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Ongoing medical care/in-home care
  • Lost wages due to missed work
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Adjusted living expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • And possibly more

To review the details of your case with Preszler Injury Lawyers, call today and receive a free initial consultation with our Shediac defective products lawyers. 

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The use of an everyday, commonplace product like a domestic item, recreational object, or piece of sporting equipment should not cause a consumer to sustain injuries. Our defective products lawyers serving Shediac have experience standing up to negligent product manufacturers, and helping the clients we represent recover the compensation they deserve. 

To learn more about how Shediac defective products lawyers may be able to help with your case, take advantage of your free initial consultation by calling Preszler Injury Lawyers today.


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