If you have purchased automobile insurance in Ontario and you have become involved in a car accident, then you deserve to be compensated for any injuries. Yet, before you can get that compensation, you must prove that the other driver was negligent. Read More
Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents
How Do You Quantify The Damages From A Car Accident?
After 2 or more cars have collided, those present at the scene can see the damages. Yet, in order to obtain a fair compensation, the victim must quantify the damages. Read More
Understanding The Process of Filing A Claim
Not every victim of an auto accident understands what it means to file a claim. Personal injury lawyers would like to correct that misunderstanding. Read More
Am I Covered If I Cause An Accident In Another Person’s Car?
Few of the motorists on the road have dared to drive without car insurance. Still, some do assume that risk. If one of those risk-accepting drivers gets involved in an auto accident, then he or she has a simple question: Am I covered? Read More
How Does The Insurance Company Place A Value On Your Pain And Suffering?
Pain and suffering are called non-economic damages. If a victim’s discomfort cannot be tied to a monetary figure, how does the insurance company attach a dollar value to the victim’s pain and suffering? Read More
Why You Need To Get A Police Report After Becoming Involved In Car Accident?
If you get injured in that accident and want to pursue a personal injury claim, then you need proof of the fact that you were riding in the damaged vehicle. Read More
Compensatory Damages For Back Injury
If a resident of Ontario becomes involved in a car accident, and then suffers an injured back, the bulk of that same victim’s compensation for a personal injury lawsuit will come from the compensatory damages. Read More
Are Dependent Relatives Covered By Ontario’s Auto Insurance?
The residents of Ontario that have purchased one of the Province-supported insurance policies want to know how many relatives can be covered under such a policy. Read More
Risks Taken By Snowmobilers And Drivers of Motor Vehicles
What motivates the driver of a motor vehicle to risk the chance of an accident, in hopes of enjoying an exciting ride? The authorities in Ontario that were charged with promoting traffic safety sought any answer to that question. They received a clue in the statistics on risk-taking by snowmobilers and drivers of motor vehicles. Read More
Mistakes To Avoid After Filing A Car Accident Claim In Ontario
An accident victim that delays with filing a personal injury claim risks the chance for making one big mistake. That would be the mistake of not filing the personal injury claim before the passing of 2 years, from the time of the injury-causing accident. Yet even after a claim has been filed, the claimant can make any of the possible mistakes. Read More