It’s no surprise that many of us are long waiting for the snow to dissipate. A time to put back the winter clothes in the closest and get out our bicycles. The fact that you are on the road chances are, you may be involved in an accident.
We do not mean that you should expect one, but it doesn’t hurt to prepare; in case it happens. If a cyclist collides with a motorist, you may be entitled to coverage. If the crash is due to the fault of the driver, their auto insurance company may cover the damages.
In Ontario, in at-fault accidents, your homeowner’s insurance policy may cover you. If you are involved in a collision, report it to the police. Sometimes what appears to be minor injuries may get worse over time.
Remember to get the relevant information from the motorist. It includes name, license plate number, contact information, and insurance information. Seek medical attention and find a reliable personal injury lawyer to plead your case.
You may be able to receive compensation for your suffering. It often depends on the suffering and pain that a victim goes through, due to the accident. Reach out to our expert personal injury lawyers at Kalsi & Associates, at (844) 905-2993 or apply online.
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A senior woman, at the age of 76 was crossing a street in Paris, Ontario when a car hit her.
According to the police, the woman was crossing Silver Street in the morning at around 5:45 am, at Oak Street, when she was hit by a car.
She was rushed to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries. She died in hospital.
The police say that the driver is cooperating with investigations. Investigations about the crash are undergoing.
Car Fell 4 Metres into Ravine, Causing 1 Dead, 3 Injured After Going Off Bridge
Source: CBC News Toronto
Posted On: 07/04/2015
After a car went off a bridge and into the ravine near Black Creek Drive and Lawrence Avenue, one person is dead and three are in hospital.
According to Const. Graham Williamson of the Ontario Provincial Police, the collision occurred at about 1:30 p.m. Saturday, July 1st when a Toyota Camry collided with another car and then drove over the bridge’s guardrail and into a ravine. The vehicle landed on its roof.
It took the emergency crew 30 minutes to extricate the victim.
The three victims had life-threatening injuries and were taken to Sunnybrook Hospital; police say they are expected to survive. The fourth person, a 55-year-old man from Brampton, was pronounced dead on the scene.
The passengers in the other vehicle involved in the accident were not harmed.
Investigation of the cause of the accident is still ongoing by the OPP and Toronto Police.