After a fatal car crash, investigators may be able to use crash reconstruction to piece together information about how the incident occurred and which party, if any, should be held accountable for it. If the investigation indicates that this was in fact the case, the driver may be required to provide compensation for any pain and suffering or financial losses the victim’s family have endured as a consequence of his or her actions…. Read More
Traffic accidents have many causes, and impaired driving is one of the most common ones with a high risk of serious and fatal injuries. Under the Family Law Act, people in Ontario may be able to recover damages for their injuries or the death of a loved one in an impaired driving crash.
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There is a risk of serious injury in many types of car accidents, especially head-on collisions since the speeds of the involved vehicles are combined. When people are injured in crashes, they may be entitled to compensation to help pay for the damages, including pain and suffering.
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An injured motorcycle crash victim may experience lasting repercussions from the accident that will affect their daily life for years to come. If the injuries were serious, medical expenses from a prolonged hospital stay and the time spent off from work may result in a considerable financial strain. To seek compensation for these losses, many victims decide to file a personal injury complaint against the driver at fault. During this process, a lawyer might be able to help an accident victim gather supporting evidence that can be used to strengthen their claim…. Read More
Head-on collisions can be some of the most severe types of traffic accidents and are likely to cause serious to fatal injuries. When crash victims die because of the negligence of other drivers, their surviving family might be able to recover the damages.
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The party responsible for a car accident may be liable for any catastrophic injuries suffered by others in the wreck. A lawyer who has experience with car accidents may be able to assess the evidence in a crash and find evidence of fault. On behalf on an injured plaintiff, the lawyer may then bring a lawsuit against the allegedly at-fault party or their insurance company. The lawyer might also try to negotiate a fair settlement that might include compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering and other personal injury damages…. Read More
If a person is grieving over the loss of a loved one due to the negligent actions of another driver chooses to file a wrongful death claim for compensation, that person may wish to contact an Ontario lawyer for assistance…. Read More