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April 2017 Archives

Woman files tort claim after serious car crash leaves her injured

After suffering serious injuries in a car crash, no amount of justice can truly compensate for pain and suffering inflicted by a negligent driver. That is why many victims choose to file a tort claim, especially after the conviction of the offending motorist. An Ontario woman returned to court days after a trial saw the man who hurt her in an accident sentenced to 18 months in prison to file a claim for the damage he inflicted.

Injured construction workers may need help with disability claims

The construction industry in Ontario never seems to take a rest. That's good news for workers, most of whom are able to find employment without difficulty. Construction work is a high-risk occupation, however, and the threat of suffering a personal injury is always present. If that happens, as it did for two workers in Toronto recently, any injured workers may require assistance with their disability claims

Doorings: the car accidents cyclists fear most

Riding a bicycle is often the fastest and most efficient way to get from place to place in a large downtown hub. Cyclists are a common sight on the streets in the busiest urban centres of Ontario, and there are dedicated lanes to accommodate them in many areas. Riding the roads is still a risky business, however, and bike versus car accidents happen regularly. Among the most dangerous incidents are doorings.

Impaired driving is still a leading cause of car accidents

Incredibly, despite years of advertising campaigns and increased police intervention, impaired driving is still a major issue on the streets of Ontario. Statistics Canada recently posted facts and figures for 2015 regarding car accidents and impaired driving. They reveal that, although numbers have been in decline for many years, the number of drunk drivers is still significant. Additionally, the rate of drug-impaired drivers has been on the rise for several years.

Impaired driving is still a leading cause of car accidents

Incredibly, despite years of advertising campaigns and increased police intervention, impaired driving is still a major issue on the streets of Ontario. Statistics Canada recently posted facts and figures for 2015 regarding car accidents and impaired driving. They reveal that, although numbers have been in decline for many years, the number of drunk drivers is still significant. Additionally, the rate of drug-impaired drivers has been on the rise for several years. 

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