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The Future of Self-Driving Cars and Accident Claims

Although self-driving cars are not yet available to the public, more and more drivers are purchasing motor vehicles with some level of automation. As technology progresses and the use of automated vehicles becomes more universally accepted, what was once a sci-fi fantasy may soon become a reality. However, before the widespread proliferation of fully-automated vehicles can take hold, some crucial considerations must be taken into account.

What Are Soft Tissue Injuries?

Sustaining soft tissue injuries in an accident can be painful, uncomfortable, and disruptive to your daily routine. On top of that, being sidelined by a soft tissue injury can have economic impacts, especially if your injury prevents you from carrying out the duties of your job and earning your regular salary. However, based on the manner in which these injuries were sustained, you may be entitled to compensation. To learn more about soft tissue injuries and how our Ontario personal injury lawyers may be able to help you, click here.

Determining Catastrophic Impairments After Multiple Car Accidents

For some people, being involved in a car accident can have lifelong consequences. People who sustain catastrophic injuries in a motor vehicle collision are entitled to accident benefits to help them offset the costs associated with the new realities of their daily lives. However, surviving multiple car accidents with injuries can complicate the process of getting the coverage they deserve. Click here to read more.

Coping with PTSD After a Car Accident

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental health condition that can develop after a person experiences a traumatic event. In Canada, car accidents are a leading cause of PTSD, with up to 10% of motor vehicle collisions survivors developing the serious disorder. To learn more about coping with PTSD after surviving a car accident, click here.

OPP Says 2022 Was the Deadliest Year for Drivers in a Decade

According to the Ontario Provincial Police, there were more fatal traffic accidents in 2022 than in any year over the last decade. This data points to a disturbing trend in careless, distracted, and reckless driving on Ontario’s roads and highways. To read more about the most common causes of these deadly collisions, click here.

Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: How It Works

In Ontario, thousands of individuals file claims for motor vehicle accident compensation each year. Obtaining compensation after a motor vehicle accident can be a complex process which is one of the reasons why personal injury lawyers encourage you to hire them to assist with claims. There are numerous mitigating factors involved, as well as several … Continue reading “Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: How It Works”

Ontario Distracted Driving Statistics

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.

Injured in a Car Accident in Ontario? Your Next Steps

Since the founding of our law firm, we have helped thousands of accident victims across Ontario, British Columbia and Eastern Canada with their car accident claims. In Ontario, car accident victims have the right to Statutory Accident Benefits. These benefits include money to help defray the costs of medical care and other injury-related expenses that … Continue reading “Injured in a Car Accident in Ontario? Your Next Steps”

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