Archive for June, 2015

Insurance coverage and bicycle accidents in Canada

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Bicycle Accidents on: Tuesday, June 30, 2015

As fun and health as bicycling is, it is also a very dangerous activity — particularly because Canada drivers are not always attuned to keeping a watchful eye for cyclists. A bicycle accident can result in very serious injuries, which can leave a cyclist disabled, unable to work or even dead. Every time an injurious […]

Pursuing claims relating to slip and fall accidents

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Slip & Fall Accidents on: Thursday, June 25, 2015

A slip and fall accident can happen virtually anywhere at any time. In some situations, these incidents are nothing more than an accident and no one is to blame. In other cases, the slip and fall accident is the result of a property owner’s negligence. In cases like this, Toronto residents may be able to […]

5 tips to keep Ontario children safe while walking on our streets

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Pedestrian Accidents on: Friday, June 19, 2015

Sometimes, keeping Ontario children safe from getting into a pedestrian accident is as simple as having frequent and regular conversations with them to educate them on important issues relating to pedestrian safety. Remember: cars are not a natural part of the environment and sometimes, it requires a little more than just "common sense" in order […]

How do you define an incomplete spinal cord injury?

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Slip & Fall Accidents on: Friday, June 12, 2015

An incomplete spinal cord injury is just what it sounds like. It is an injury to the spinal cord that does not completely sever the cord. Therefore, individuals with incomplete spinal cord injuries usually retain some amount of motor or sensory function below the site of the injury. For example, an incomplete spinal cord patient […]

Driver charged with killing 3 in a horrific bike accident

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Bicycle Accidents on: Thursday, June 4, 2015

A 43-year-old driver has been charged in the deaths of two bicyclists and a passenger, who was riding in his car with him. Allegedly, the Lillooet man was driving his vehicle on a suspended license when he hit two bicyclists from Whistler. This is not the driver’s first run-in with the law either, as his […]