Category: Automobile Accidents

Right Of Way Not Always OK for Drivers

Conversations surrounding motor vehicle accidents inevitably contain the question, “Who’s fault was it?” The distinction between who is at fault in an accident has a significant impact on who is responsible for damages and injuries sustained in the accident. But assigning liability is not always a cut and dry exercise, even if it is clear […]

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When Is A Spouse Not A Spouse?

For most people, the word “spouse” is simple to define. A spouse is commonly understood to be the husband, wife, or common law partner of another person. But as we often see, definitions are not always so cut and dry with the law. Sometimes the definition of a term can change as common law evolves. […]

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Ontario’s New Distracted Driving Penalties

It’s common knowledge that distracted driving poses a danger to everyone on the road, leading to an increased likelihood of becoming involved in an automobile accident. In fact, the government of Ontario says deaths from collisions caused by distracted driving have doubled since 2000, and that as of 2013, one person is injured in a […]

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