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Showing posts under "Pedestrian Accidents":

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Tragic Pedestrian Accidents result in Fatal Injuries for Two Men Oct 01, 2018 Two pedestrian accidents on Highway 24, only 1 day apart, result in death for two men including an Oakville resident.
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.
Oakville is among Ontario Communities to lower Speed Limits in Residential Areas Apr 20, 2017 Speed is a contributing factor in many car accidents, particularly those causing serious injury to pedestrians and cyclists. Oakville, Toronto and Hamilton are implementing lower speed limits in many residential areas to make streets safer.
A Rash of Pedestrian Deaths and Injury in Toronto Nov 24, 2016 Disturbingly, pedestrian accidents resulting in serious injury or death were an almost daily occurrence in Toronto in October. In many cases, driver inattention, speeding or a failure to yield are factors in pedestrian accidents.
Promoting Safety In School Zones Mar 07, 2016 School zones can be a hazardous area for both children and drivers. A number of children cross streets in school areas during the morning and afternoon commute and some are not always cautious. Here we discuss safety tips for young pedestrians and motorists that can help reduce accidents and injury.