Off-road vehicles can be an exciting form of recreation and leisure, providing a high-octane rush to people exploring scenic nature views throughout the province. Unfortunately, because of the negligence of other all-terrain vehicle operators, this fun activity can lead to severe, life-changing injuries. If you sustained compensable injuries in an ATV accident caused by a negligent driver, click here to learn how Preszler Injury Lawyers may be able to provide you with assistance.
In both major cities and small towns throughout the province, people ride bicycles to commute to work, complete errands, get in some exercise, participate in a recreational activity, and get from Point A to Point B. Unfortunately, cyclists are extremely vulnerable to the dangers of the road, especially when they encounter negligent drivers.
No matter who was responsible for causing the collision, if you were injured in a car accident, you might be entitled to compensation. If your collision was the result of another driver’s negligence, our Ontario car accident lawyers may be able to help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Motor vehicle accidents in Ontario are one of the province’s leading causes of injuries requiring hospitalization. If you were injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, Preszler Injury Lawyers might be able to help you get the compensation you deserve.
While passenger vehicles have built-in safety features to protect their occupants in the event of a crash, motorcycle riders have only wearable gear to rely on during a collision. Because of that discrepancy, motorcycle accident victims often lose their lives or sustain severe injuries in collisions caused by negligent drivers.
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road-users. When negligent drivers violate the rules of the road, they endanger the lives of unsuspecting, unprotected pedestrians. Pedestrian accidents can culminate in severe injuries and, tragically, wrongful deaths.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Whether they occur on commercial or residential properties, slip and fall accidents can cause unsuspecting victims to sustain serious injuries. In many cases, these accidents are the result of another party’s negligence and most of the time, the at-fault party is not even present on-site when the accident occurs.
Many winter sports enthusiasts look forward to the snowy season all year long, eagerly awaiting their next opportunity to ride their snowmobiles. However, as thrilling as it can be to operate a snowmobile, riding one can be dangerous, especially when others engage in reckless, negligent behaviour.
When large commercial trucks collide with passenger vehicles, the outcome can be disastrous. Owing to the large discrepancies in size and weight between trucks and regularly sized passenger vehicles, truck drivers may be able to walk away from an accident without a scratch, but the occupants of the smaller vehicle could easily lose their lives or sustain severe injuries.