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Seeking Justice for Wrongful Deaths

When someone else’s wrongful actions lead to the tragic death of a loved one, it is only natural for their family members to seek justice however they can. Unfortunately, the compensation to which they might be entitled rarely feels adequate, given the enormity of their losses. However, precedent-setting cases may be changing the landscape of wrongful death claims in Ontario. Click here to learn more.

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.

Which Family Members Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Few challenges are more difficult than losing a loved one. When a family member passes away, the sense of loss can be unbearable. However, if their premature death was caused by someone else’s negligence, the grief and anger felt by close family members can seem insurmountable. While no amount of money will be able to truly assuage their pain, certain family members may be entitled to financial compensation if their relative was wrongfully killed by another party’s negligence. Click here to read more.

Wrongful Death Claims in Ontario: What You Need to Know

According to preliminary statistics from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, almost 500 Ontarians died as the result of 439 fatal traffic collisions during 2016. Though thankfully relatively rare, such cases are among the most tragic for everyone involved. Family and friends confront the unexpected loss of a loved one and the daunting prospect of living … Continue reading “Wrongful Death Claims in Ontario: What You Need to Know”

5 Steps if You Have Lost a Loved One in a Wrongful Death Accident in Ontario

The death of a loved one, such as a spouse or child, is a devastating event for any family. Unfortunately, financial issues may further complicate the pain of loss, such as when the deceased was the primary household earner or in the event of substantial funeral and burial costs. Financial recovery may be possible in … Continue reading “5 Steps if You Have Lost a Loved One in a Wrongful Death Accident in Ontario”

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