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Car accidents: 1 dead, 1 hurt in Ontario

A serious car crash in Mississauga has sent one man to the hospital and claimed the life of another, according to local and provincial police. Ontario authorities responsible for investigating car accidents responded to this crash in the early morning of June 28. So far, they have not filed charges against either of the drivers involved in the accident, but their investigation is still underway. 

Car accident: 1 dead in Barrie

A horrific accident claimed the life of a woman in Barrie, and a 22-year-old man is up on charges after the crash, which happened back in Nov. 2015. Ontario authorities that handle the investigation of car accidents believe the man may have been impaired at the time of the accident. He was set to appear in court on June 19 for a trial that was expected to last seven days. 

Car accidents: 1 dead, 2 injured in Mississauga

One man is dead and two other people are in the hospital following a serious crash during rush hour in Mississauga on June 14. Ontario authorities based in Peel Region typically conduct investigations into car accidents of this type, particularly when a fatality has occurred. For the moment, no one has been charged with a crime. 

Car accidents: woman dead following crash in Ontario

One woman is dead and the other is in recovery after they were both struck by a car in North York. Car accidents involving pedestrians prove fatal tragically often, but Ontario authorities were on the scene to provide support to the victims. No charges have been filed against the driver at this time, but the investigation is currently ongoing. 

Woman wins tort claim after terrible crash on an icy bridge

A serious car accident on an icy bridge on a snowy day in the winter in Northern Ontario is not an unusual occurrence. It's the type of thing that happens with unfortunate regularity during the harsh winters, and the main contributing factor is usually either speed, or simply poor road conditions. Recently, however, a judge found the municipality was responsible for a terrible car accident, and the victim won her tort claim.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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