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Woman dead in Ontario car accident; wrongful death possible

A 19-year-old woman from Milton has lost her life following a tragic car accident in Halton Hills. Ontario provincial police responded to the accident around 1:30 p.m. the afternoon of Oct. 7. It is unclear whether police intend to file criminal charges against the driver involved in the single-vehicle crash, but the family of the deceased woman may still be in a position to pursue a wrongful death claim.

Ontario accident could lead to wrongful death suit

A man is dead and another badly hurt following a car accident in Middlesex. Local Ontario police responded to the crash that claimed the life of a 66-year-old man on the evening of Oct. 2. For the moment, police are still investigating the cause of the crash. Even if no criminal charges are filed, personal injury and/or wrongful death suits might still be appropriate under provincial law. 

Family sues for wrongful death after Ontario car accident

A family torn apart by tragedy is seeking legal recourse against the person responsible, according to local sources. A tragic car accident in September 2015 led to the deaths of three children and their grandfather at the hands of a drunk driver. The driver, who pleaded guilty in Ontario court to the charges filed against him, is now facing multiple wrongful death suits filed by the family. 

Wrongful death possible in fatal accident in Ontario

Several charges have been filed against a truck driver believed to be responsible for a horrific crash on Highway 400 back in June that claimed the lives of four people, including a 5-year-old girl. Ontario authorities have charged the man with four counts of criminal negligence causing death for his role in the fatal accident. Given the evidence against him, it may also be possible for the families involved to sue for wrongful death

Man accused of drunk driving in Toronto

A man police believe may have been drunk behind the wheel during a Labour Day crash is up on charges, according to authorities. Ontario police arrested the man after he was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Fatal car accidents, particularly those where drunk driving is a suspected factor, are always thoroughly investigated by police. 

Wrongful death possible in Ontario car accident

Rosedale was the site of a tragedy on the early morning of Sept. 5 after a single car crash claimed the life of one individual and sent several others to the hospital. Ontario police responded to the crash that killed a 38-year-old man who was a passenger in the vehicle. So far, they have not charged the driver with a crime, but even if they do not, that individual may still face a wrongful death lawsuit. 

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