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Our car accident injury system is broken and it’s time to fix it

Injured people often ask me why they have to ask for benefits from their own car insurance company when they were not at fault for the accident.  My answer as a personal injury lawyer is quite simply that it is the law in Ontario.  Most people find it morally offensive that they have to ask their insurance company to pay – and find it even more offensive that the driver who caused the accident can ask their ...

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Autonomous Emergency Braking Systems

It may seem like something from a sci-fi movie but Autonomous Emergency Braking Systems in vehicles could be common place in the next five years. These systems use video cameras, radar and lasers to monitor the speed of your vehicle, how close a driver is to another car, and can warn the driver if the speed is too high, too close to another car, or take action to prevent a collision. Depending on the situat ...

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Scarborough Car Accidents and Weather

Scarborough Ontario's weather can include snow, rain, ice, and other conditions that can contribute to accidents. Driving can be more difficult and inattention, following too close, and driving too fast can lead to much worse results than would otherwise be the case in better weather. Insufficient tread on tires can also create additional risks during winter driving conditions. Given that the weather create ...

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Durham Region And Car Accidents

Weather conditions in the Durham Ontario area (including Ajax, Whitby, and Oshawa) can include snow, rain, ice, and other conditions that can contribute to accidents. Driving can be more difficult and inattention can lead to much worse results than would otherwise be the case in better weather. In 2008 an insurance website estimated that 11.68% of people in Whitby have had car accidents in the past 6 years. ...

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Recent Car Accident & Slip and Fall Results

1) A young woman was travelling as a passenger in her husband's car when they were involved in a car accident.  The woman had worked in a service job for a number of months before taking maternity leave in advance of her pregnancy.  She was on maternity leave at the time of the accident.  The woman did not sustain any fractures, but did sustain whiplash, including neck and back pain, which developed into ch ...

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