There is a standard of care owed to you by the manufacturer, distributor, designer, or retailer to ensure that they do not allow a defective and dangerous product into your hands.   Defective or dangerous products are those manufactured products that do not meet the ordinary, safe expectation of their users. This can often result in serious personal injury or death. This can occur in many ways such as design flaws, mistakes in the manufacturer and similar defects.   Some examples include electronic devices and or appliances that overheat and combust, mechanical failure in vehicles and recently, unsafe toy and food products.   There has been a growing concern in North America with respect to unsafe toy products for children and toddlers. As a result, many popular toys have been recalled due to lead and choking hazards.   Furthermore, government agencies that regulate the safety standards of food products have also seen a surge in the recall of unsafe food items due to contamination caused by bacteria or the use of chemicals not permitted by Canadian standards.   Whether it is caused by a manufacturer, distributor, retailer and or seller, at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers, we undertake a careful and aggressive investigation by hiring experienced experts who can identify the problem and the parties responsible to ensure that you receive fair and reasonable compensation.   Contact one of our product liability lawyers for a free consultation now.


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A serious and disruptive car accident can happen to anyone. When it does, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers are here to help you get your life back on track. We ensure that you receive the best medical treatment and the secure settlement you deserve. We know that a financial settlement cannot fully compensate for the pain and loss you have suffered, but it can help bring closure on this challenging phase of your life.

Our Toronto car accident lawyer team handles claims relating to all motor vehicle accidents, including motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and cycling accidents. Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers is a full service personal injury practice: we are leading advocates in slip-and-fall cases, accident benefits claims, product liability disputes, dog bites, and wrongful death cases.

With head offices in Toronto, we represent clients across Ontario. Our expertise and record of success have helped us to be named one of the country’s Top 10 boutique personal injury Law firms on several occasions, according to Canada Lawyer Magazine. Many of our lawyers are also recognized as certified specialists in their fields by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Caring for Clients, Not Just Client Care

More than just the physical injury, a serious car accident injury can have an impact on your family, cause loss of income, and require long term rehabilitation. Every personal injury matter is unique, and our lawyers know to work to your unique needs. Our Toronto car accident lawyers make sure you receive the medical care and attention you need, and work towards a resolution that will get you the compensation you are owed for your injuries.

We understand that people want to move on from the trauma of their accident and get a definitive outcome on their claim as soon as possible. Our lawyers take care to set the right strategy for your claim or settlement. We will advise you every step of the way, explaining legal terms and nuances as we go. We believe that it is critical to ensure our clients feel engaged and involved throughout the legal process.

A Toronto Car Accident Lawyer That Makes Legal Advice Easy and Accessible:

  • Free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your claim
  • Nearly 50 years of experience in civil litigation
  • Hundreds of thousands of successful personal injury claims


The insurance claims process is often time-consuming and complex. Insurance companies will assess every minute detail of the events leading up to the accident to ascertain fault. As a victim, you must submit to medical examinations and intense scrutiny of your injuries. These will be accompanied by meetings with legal counsel for the insurance company. These are known as Examinations for Discovery, or ‘depositions.’

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