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Take enough Time after your Accident to properly Assess the Severity of your Injury Aug 17, 2018 Recovery time after an accident is not predictable, and factors such as medical history and age can greatly impact healing. It’s important for accident victims to allow sufficient time after their accident to fully understand the extent of their injuries, so that proper compensation for their losses can be determined.
Left Turns: What are the Rules for Ontario drivers? Aug 01, 2018 Understand when you can make a left turn under Ontario law, and whether it’s proper to wait past the stop line to make your turn.
20-year-old Driver found liable for Car Accident when Failing to reduce Speed on Icy Road Jul 21, 2018 A young driver lost control of his truck in icy road conditions and crashed into another vehicle, resulting in serious injuries to 4 people. The driver and his parents (who were not registered owners of the truck but had purchased the truck for their son) were all found liable for the accident, as the driver was travelling at an excessive speed given the poor road conditions.
Vehicle Insurer ordered to pay $854,228.22 in Damages when Driver's 6-year-old Son hit by another Car after being dropped off Jul 08, 2018 A child sustained a severe brain injury while crossing a busy Toronto street after being dropped off by his father. The Courts found that the father’s vehicle insurer was obligated to pay damages and costs after the jury stated that the parent’s negligence in dropping of the child at a dangerous location fell under ‘operation of a motor vehicle’.
Pedestrian and Cycling Safety for Children Jul 01, 2018 Keep your children safe while walking or biking by modelling and teaching key safe behaviours.
How do I know if my Injury qualifies for Pain and Suffering Damages? Jun 21, 2018 If you suffer ongoing symptoms such as chronic pain after being hurt in an accident caused by a negligent party, find out whether you are eligible for damages for pain and suffering.