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
Following an accident that involves multiple vehicles, it may not be immediately apparent which driver was at fault. When the driver at fault is determined, a victim injured in the accident may wish to seek compensation by filing a personal injury complaint. … Read More
The symptoms that occur as a result of emotional trauma after a car accident often interfere with victims’ abilities to care for themselves, perform at work or school, or provide support to their families. Traumatised people frequently need therapy to help them work through the psychological issues they experience. Personal injury lawyers may be able to advise victims who are suffering from this type of trauma seek compensation for damages…. Read More
A head-on collision can cause catastrophic injuries leading to permanent and serious impairment or death. Anyone who has been injured or lost a loved one in a car crash caused by another driver may want to meet with a lawyer…. Read More
A personal injury lawyer representing accident victims may review accident investigation reports and help file suit against the party at fault for the crash. In this way, injured victims may seek to hold reckless and negligent drivers accountable for the accident…. Read More
Since 2009, using hand-held devices while driving has been against the law in Ontario. Police began issuing tickets for the violation on February 1, 2010. Individuals who are using hand-held devices may be ticketed and be required to pay a fine of $280…. Read More
A car accident in Georgina resulted in the death of an Ontario man on Dec. 8, authorities said. The accident reportedly involved three vehicles and occurred around 3:30 p.m. on Highway 48 north of Ravenshoe Road.
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Individuals in Ontario who have been injured in an automobile accident may wonder what agencies are responsible for paying various types of medical and related expenses. In order of priority, ministry programs, private insurance, automobile insurance, money from lawsuits and provincial government plans should pay for health care services.
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A 39-year-old Ontario transport truck driver has been charged for his role in a fatal multi-vehicle accident in June that shut down Highway 401 in Whitby. He turned himself in to police on Dec. 17.
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Rushed driving is in many cases cited to be a form of unnecessary, reckless and ultimately actionable behavior, meaning that it may be grounds for a civil lawsuit to be filed. The claimants who file civil action connected with injurious and fatal accidents are often victims of the car accident who suffered bodily damage, including potentially permanent injuries…. Read More
While adverse weather conditions are out of drivers’ control, exercising caution during winter storms often makes a significant difference in their risk of becoming involved in fatal car accidents. Parents who lose children in car accidents may struggle to overcome their grief and often have difficulty returning to their routines…. Read More
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