Monthly Archives: March 2015

Possible changes in reporting car accidents in Ontario

March 25, 2015
Province may increase mandatory reporting limit for car accidents without personal injuries from $1,000 to $2,000

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says it’s important to update auto collision reporting regulations to keep pace with what’s in the marketplace.

Collisions and accidents of any type, from fender-benders to rear-end hits, Ontario is considering changes to […]

50-vehicles collision blocked Hwy401

March 18, Toronto

A long segment of Ontario’s Hwy 401 has been halted after about 50 motor vehicles collision ending up in a pileup Wednesday night near Belleville. The crash happened early midnight (12:08 am as per Police) near County Road 40. One tanker truck involved in the collision spilled 40,000 litres of oil. The Quinte West Fire Department, Hasting Quinte and Northumberland County EMS, OPP responded to the crash.

By |March 19th, 2015|Multi-vehicle accidents|1 Comment

Personal injury lawyers Toronto about multi-vehicle accidents

What is a multi-vehicle accident

A multi-vehicle collision (colloquially known as a pile-up or chain-reaction crash) is a road traffic accident involving many vehicles. Generally occurring on high-capacity and high-speed routes such as freeways, they are one of the deadliest forms of traffic accidents. The most disastrous pile-ups have involved more than a hundred vehicles.
Wikipedia […]

How to avoid getting injured as a pedestrian in a car accident

According to Transport Canada’s Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics, 15% of fatalities in 2012 relate to pedestrian accidents. That totals to 312 wrongful death cases – which is a lot of fatal accidents and taken lives. 14.4% of serious injuries in 2012 belong to pedestrian accidents.

Hitting a pedestrian at a speed higher than 48 km/h will […]

By |March 4th, 2015|Car Accident Tips, Pedestrian in car accident|0 Comments