Wired Glass Incidents

Wired glass is regular glass with a layer of meshed wire embedded inside it. It is commonly used in doors and fire separations in schools and public buildings. It was developed to contain smoke and flames but still allow people to look through doors.

Herein lies the danger. When wired glass breaks, it is held together by the embedded wire thus retarding the spread of smoke and flames. However, the shattered glass and wire can grab or catch an arm or hand that has gone through the glass resulting in severe lacerations and potentially leading to permanent loss of dexterity and sensation.

The injuries you experience might take weeks or months to heal, potentially affecting your ability to work and your overall quality of life. In the most severe cases, your injuries may stay with you for the rest of your life.

Wired Glass Accidents

Dedicated Lawyers Investigating Wired Glass Claims

At Smitiuch Injury Law, our Toronto and Brantford wired glass incidents  lawyers know a wired glass injury can happen in a school, a public building or athletic facility. Our team of professionals in our Toronto and Brantford offices will take the time to establish the details of your incident and determine who might be at fault. For instance, a school board may be at fault for not replacing wired glass with an alternate safer solution such as tempered or laminated glass products.

Etobicoke Wired Glass Lawyers Offering Risk-Free Consultation

At Smitiuch Injury Law, we want clients to rest assure that the cost of legal fees should not prevent their claim from progressing. We offer a free initial consultation, and if we take your case, you pay us nothing unless we recover compensation for you.

Contact Smitiuch Injury Law in Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and Brantford

To discuss your wired glass incident with one of our lawyers, contact us online or call our office at 416-621-1551 or toll free at 866-621-1551. We will listen to your concerns and give you an objective assessment of the services we can provide for you.