When your child gets behind the wheel of a car, it’s not just their safety that’s at risk, it’s everyone else’s safety. While you may think your teen driver is mature enough to handle driving on their own, they still need to be properly trained and supervised. (more…)
Category: MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
What Element of Negligence Causes Most Truck Accidents?
Most truck accidents result from some person’s failure to carry out his or her assigned duty. (more…)
The Accident Benefits Available To Residents of Ontario
Every resident of Ontario that drives a motored vehicle must carry insurance, which is backed by SABS. (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…)
After A Car-Bicycle Collision, Who Pays For Damages Or Personal Injury?
What happens after an automobile and a bicycle collide, damaging the bicycle and injuring the bike rider? Ontario expects all drivers to carry car insurance, but the rider of a bicycle does not have to be insured. Does that mean that the rider on the bicycle lacks coverage for any damages or injuries? In Ontario the answer is no. (more…)
Steps To Take After A Motor Vehicle Accident
Do you know what steps to take after getting involved in a motor vehicle accident in Alberta or Ontario Province? Surprisingly, many individuals may know what to do, but what you might not realize is that there are serious consequences for not reporting certain accidents. The following will explain what you need to do as well as what the repercussions are for not reporting an accident. (more…)
Time Limits On Personal Injury Claims In Ontario
If a resident of Ontario were to get injured in a car accident, he or she could not dispense with filing a personal injury claim until a date in the future when he or she feels ready to do so. According to the Limitations Act of 2002, that injured victim has only 2 years in which to initiate any type of legal action. (more…)
How Insurance Companies Assign Responsibility For An Auto Accident?
Until the day when driverless cars fill the roads and highways, every motored vehicle has a driver. Consequently, automobile owners feel compelled to buy car insurance, and insurance companies need to determine who should be held responsible for any given auto accident. (more…)
How To Measure Pain And Suffering?
An injured victim’s pain and suffering can become evident in that same victim’s physical and emotional stress or level of anxiety. Yet the court needs more than such evidence, it must seek to establish a way for measuring that stress and anxiety. (more…)
Help With Meeting Deadlines After An Accident
If you have been injured in an accident, you cannot afford to take it easy, and seek some form of compensation at a time that suits you. An injured victim must meet certain deadlines, in order to go after a possible monetary reward. (more…)