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May 2017 Archives

Man hospitalized with injuries after bricks fall on him

No matter how much caution a person exercises, it is impossible to avoid a hazard one cannot see or anticipate. Citizens of Ontario can only trust that property owners take all reasonable precautions to keep their premises as safe as possible. A man suffered serious injuries outside a Toronto restaurant recently, in what could be a premises liability case.

Elevator-related injuries reaching new heights in Ontario

Nearly half of Canada's elevators are found in Ontario. Many people ride elevators every day when they shop, go to work or make their way to and from their home in an apartment building or condominium tower. Most users probably seldom give the mechanical conveyance a second thought. Recently released data, however, shows that elevators are causing more and more injuries every year.

Who's to blame for self-driving car accidents?

The problem with the future is that it sometimes arrives before anyone is ready for it. The latest example of this phenomenon is unfolding now as car makers around the world scramble to develop autonomous vehicles. Cars that drive themselves will surely necessitate amendments to Ontario traffic laws and the insurance industry. One of the greatest puzzles might be how to assign blame after car accidents involving self-driving cars.

Documenting a premises liability case after suffering injuries

Accidents will happen on occasion, because it is impossible to completely remove the element of risk from everyday life. However, every property owner in Ontario has a duty of care to maintain his or her premises in a reasonable manner. Failure to do so can lead to accidents and leave the property owner open to a lawsuit. A person who suffers injuries on another person's property may not be certain what he or she should do next. Here are a few tips to help an accident victim help him or herself.

Hit and run car accidents are frustrating for victims

All needless motor vehicle accidents are unfortunate events. Hit-and-run car accidents, however, have an extra layer of frustration added, thanks to the cowardice of the fleeing driver. A vanishingly small percentage of hit-and-run drivers may be unaware they have caused an accident, but in most cases, the offending motorist is attempting to escape responsibility to the victims. A recent example comes from the streets of Ontario's biggest city.

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