Archive for January, 2016

1 dies when trucks collide in Ontario

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Car Accidents on: Friday, January 22, 2016

Ontario Provincial Police are asking any motorists who witnessed the two tractor-trailers being driven in the moments before they collided head-on in northeastern Ontario on January 11 to come forward. The accident happened on Hwy. 11 near Matheson in the morning. According to law enforcement sources, a Winnepeg truck driver, 29, was headed south and […]

Vulnerable pedestrians in accidents, Part 2

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Pedestrian Accidents on: Friday, January 15, 2016

A recent blog entry dealt with the children who were vulnerable to pedestrian accidents in Ontario. But there is another group who is also at high risk of harm from these type of accidents — senior citizens. There are various reasons for this. Today’s senior citizens often remain active far longer than their counterparts in […]

Do you have the cycling skills to avoid a bike accident?

On behalf of: admin | Posted in: Bicycle Accidents on: Friday, January 8, 2016

It can be tricky to navigate the streets of Ontario on a bicycle, avoiding collisions with cars, trucks and pedestrians. Brushing up on your cycling skills can make for a safer riding experience. It’s important to ride a bike that’s a good fit for you and that has a properly adjusted seat and handlebars. Maintaining […]