In the short time it takes a driver to check a cell phone notification or look for a different radio station, serious motor vehicle accidents can occur. Any number of distractions behind the wheel can cause collisions that end in serious injuries or loss of life. Distracted driving is a pervasive problem on roads across the country. In Ontario, the consequences of distracted driving have been particularly tragic. Click here to learn more.
We hear often from our clients that the moments following a car accident are initially accompanied by feelings of shock and confusion. One of the first questions on many drivers’ minds following a motor vehicle accident is, “Am I at fault for the collision?” That question is important for several reasons. Who was at fault … Continue reading “How is Fault Determined in an Ontario Auto Accident?”
From freezing rain to extreme snowfall warnings, winter driving in Ontario can be risky. Click here to learn more on precautions you can take to prepare your vehicle for winter road conditions:
We all know that getting behind the wheel while intoxicated can lead to a severe car accident. But in the aftermath of such a tragic event, some may ask: if a drunk-driving incident happened following a party, can the host be held liable? Click here to learn more:
Hit and run accidents are shocking. When a driver fails to remain at the scene of a collision they caused, it can be confusing to know where an injured driver should turn for financial compensation. There are some important steps to take after sustaining an injury in a hit and run accident. To learn how an Ontario car accident lawyer may be able to help, click here.