When a consumer buys a product, he or she expects that product to be safe to use or consume. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, which may warrant a product recall. There is a process that is followed in order for a product to be recalled, although motor vehicle recalls are handled differently from other products.
A lawsuit has been filed against a police officer in Ontario, and the allegations it makes could carry large ramifications. The suit is asking for around $2.4 million.
Trying to keep your children safe can feel like a never-ending job as a parent, and one thing you should know is that many consumer products could pose potential dangers. Being aware of these risks can help you to avoid injuries that could linger for the rest of a child's life. Some dangerous products aimed at kids include:
From the outside, it may appear that pharmaceutical liability is pretty clear-cut. If you take a drug that harms you and you weren't warned, you have a case. You can sue to get back money for medical treatment or compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.