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Throughout the province, many people owe their neighbours, fellow community members, and countless strangers a duty of care. They are required by law to take the safety of others into consideration while engaging in various activities. By behaving with a reasonable degree of caution, these people could help safeguard the well-being of the local populace and reduce the risk of injury-causing accidents. Depending on the situation, a person’s failure to fulfill the duty of care could have earth-shattering, life-threatening, and fatal consequences. 

Operating any kind of motor vehicle is a responsibility. So is owning and/or occupying commercial or residential property. These responsibilities come with a price. The people who choose to drive cars, operate businesses, pilot recreational boats, take off-roading excursions on a snowmobile or other kind of ATV, own a home, or engage in a number of other activities are subject to the various rules and regulations that govern these practices. Violating these rules could have life-changing impacts on unsuspecting accident victims.

A driver’s violation of any law mandated by the provincial Highway Traffic Act could cause a collision in which another road-user is seriously injured or senselessly killed. If a driver fails to uphold the rules of the road, they have essentially neglected the duty of care they owe to other road-users. This is an example of negligence.

In the context of motor vehicle collisions, negligence can manifest itself through a number of different actions, inactions, errors, omissions, or other forms of wrongful conduct. Most commonly, these include:

  • Distracted driving
  • Exceeding the posted speed limit
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
  • Ignoring traffic signs and/or signals
  • Texting while driving
  • Improperly changing lanes
  • Stunt driving and street racing
  • And more

When drivers engage in these irresponsible actions, they jeopardize the lives of other drivers and their passengers, as well cyclists, pedestrians, motorcycle riders, truck drivers, and other law-abiding road-users. Even the most cautious, safety-minded road-user could have their life cut short, simply because of a total stranger’s lack of forethought, consideration, and respect for the safety of others.

Car accidents in Cobourg often have tragic results. They often cause innocent accident victims to sustain permanent, catastrophic injuries. Catastrophic injuries resulting from motor vehicle collisions can rob citizens of their independence, their mobility, their cognitive functions, their abilities to continue performing the duties of their jobs, and the very quality of life they enjoyed before having the misfortune of randomly encountering a negligent motorist on the road. 

Regardless of the severity of their injuries, survivors of Cobourg car accidents often feel the adverse effects of their collisions physically, psychologically, and financially. Injured accident survivors often incur substantial financial losses related to:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Prescription drugs
  • Ambulance services
  • Mobility aids
  • Medical equipment
  • Home renovations to accommodate newly acquired disabilities
  • Psychological counseling
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced future earning capabilities
  • Mileage to and from medical appointments
  • And other expenses

Everyone who is injured in a motor vehicle collision should have access to no-fault accident benefits. This is even applicable to motorists whose negligence caused their collision to take place, as well as injured pedestrians, cyclists, or other vehicle occupants who do not have automobile insurance but sustained injuries in a crash. This is because all automotive insurance plans in the province are required to provide coverage in keeping with the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS), and because all motor vehicle owners, leasees, and operators are required by law to purchase insurance. 

Unfortunately, accident benefits do not always fully replace the income losses incurred by injured victims of local motor vehicle collisions. Instead, injured car crash survivors could find themselves paying exorbitant fees out-of-pocket for necessary medical expenses and other lifestyle adjustments. Depending on the preventative impact their injuries have on an accident survivor’s ability to continue working in their chosen occupational field, an injured car crash victim could find themselves facing these financial challenges at a time when they are no longer able to earn the regular wages to which they had previously been accustomed.

Similarly, the people injured by traumatic slip and fall accidents in Cobourg could be forced to navigate physically exhausting, emotionally overwhelming, and financially taxing roads to recovery. When property owners/occupiers neglect the duty of care they owe to the people who interact with their premises, serious accidents with serious outcomes can occur.

According to the Ontario Occupiers’ Liability Act, the people responsible for controlling access to a commercial or residential property or tasked with its upkeep and maintenance must take preventative actions to protect their visitors’ physical safety. That means, if a property owner/occupier knows about a potentially dangerous maintenance hazard on their premises– or should know about it– they have a duty to effectively address it in a timely manner. This might mean repairing it immediately, or providing guests with clear and visible warnings about it. Failure to take any action could lead to an accident in which an unsuspecting guest, customer, employee, tenant, postal worker, or passerby could sustain life-altering injuries.

Clearly, the negligence of others can have far-reaching impacts for the victims of traumatic accidents in Cobourg. Their physical health, emotional fortitude, and financial security could be jeopardized by the careless, negligent actions of a perfect stranger. 

Our Cobourg personal injury lawyers believe no one should be forced to weather the costs of someone else’s negligence. Preszler Injury Lawyers have decades’ worth of experience helping clients who have been injured as the result of:

  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Snowmobile accidents
  • ATV accidents
  • E-bike and e-scooter accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Sexual abuse
  • Sexual assault
  • And more

If you were injured in an accident resulting from another party or entity’s wrongful conduct, contact our personal injury lawyers serving Cobourg today and receive a free initial consultation.

How Our Cobourg Personal Injury Lawyers May Be Able to Help

Our personal injury lawyers serving Cobourg know how stressful and anxiety-inducing it can be to navigate the healthcare system, deal with insurance companies, and fight for the compensation you deserve in the aftermath of an injury-causing accident. That is why our Cobourg personal injury lawyers offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients.

If you were hurt in an accident, by taking advantage of your free initial consultation with our personal injury lawyers serving Cobourg, you could gain valuable insights into courses of action that might be available to you. If you are entitled to pursue legal action against the negligent party or entity whose wrongful actions led to your injury-causing accident, our Cobourg personal injury lawyers may be able to help you file a civil claim in an attempt to recover the compensation you are rightfully owed.

To learn whether you might be entitled to compensation, contact our personal injury lawyers serving Cobourg today by calling 1-800-JUSTICE.


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151 Eglinton Ave W,
Toronto, ON
M4R 1A6
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4145 N Service Rd
Burlington, ON
L7L 4X6
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2 County Ct Blvd #400,
Brampton, ON
L6W 3W8
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105 Consumers Drive
Whitby, ON
L1N 1C4
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92 Caplan Ave #121,
Barrie, ON
L4N 0Z7
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380 Wellington St Tower B, 6th Floor,
London, ON
N6A 5B5
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2233 Argentia Rd Suite 302,
East Tower Mississauga, ON
L5N 6A6
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1 Hunter St E,
Hamilton, ON
L8N 3W1
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459 George St N,
Peterborough, ON
K9H 3R9
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22 Frederick Street,
Suite 700
Kitchener, ON N2H 6M6
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116 Lisgar Street, Suite 300
Ottawa ON
K2P 0C2
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10 Milner Business Ct #300,
Scarborough, ON
M1B 3C6
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