Ontario’s New Driving Rules Are Directed At Those In Driving Seat

Today, roughly 2/3 of the vehicles on the road contain some example of technology, one that can assist the driver with steering, braking or acceleration. Meanwhile, car makers appear to be on a path the leads in to the point where fully-automated cars come off of a plant’s assembly line. Meanwhile, drivers remain responsible for the actions that contribute to creation of an accident. Ontario’s new driving rules are meant to encourage avoidance of dangerous, on-road situations. (more…)

How To Get Compensated For Injuries And Losses After A Motor Vehicle Accident

According to the rules in Ontario’s no-fault system, anyone that has been involved in a motor vehicle accident qualifies for Accident Benefits. Those funds, also known as Section B benefits can be used by an accident victim to cover the costs of medical care, child care, attendant care and other expenses. By the same token, the Section B benefits serve as means for acquiring a form of income replacement. (more…)