|Causing an Automobile Accident in a Construction Zone
||Jun 07, 2019
||Every year, many Ontarians are injured or killed in car accidents within construction zones, particularly on Ontario highways. Slow down and practice safe driving in construction zones to avoid liability and tragic injuries caused by a preventable accident.
|Pedestrian Accidents and Safety in the GTA
||Apr 22, 2019
||The incidence of pedestrian injuries and fatalities continues to be high, despite actions taken by the City of Toronto to reduce pedestrian accidents. Although many pedestrian accidents are caused by careless driving actions, there are some steps we can take to reduce our own risk of being hit by a car.
|Will Ontario’s stricter Distracted Driving Laws reduce Distracted Driving Accidents?
||Apr 05, 2019
||Higher penalties for distracted driving became law in Ontario on January 1st. But, are these penalties enough to combat the temptation to use cell phones while driving, which is the leading cause for the increase in accidents and personal injury caused by distracted driving?
|Wrongful Death Claim when a Family Member suffers Accidental and Preventable Death
||Feb 06, 2019
||When an accident victim suffers fatal injuries caused by negligence, such as a careless driving accident, close family members may file a wrongful death lawsuit. At least one of the grieving families in the Humboldt crash have made a wrongful death claim alleging negligence on the part of the truck driver, trucking company and bus company.
|Impaired Driving is a primary Cause of Wrongful Death
||Jan 07, 2019
||A recent Oakville car accident caused the tragic death of a passenger and resulted in impaired driving charges against the 22-year-old driver. Impaired driving remains a leading cause of driving fatalities and wrongful death.
|Why we really need Winter Tires
||Jan 01, 2019
||Research into winter tire performance proves that all-season radials and summer tires simply don’t provide as much traction and therefore safety, during winter driving conditions in Canada.