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“These guys saved my life after my accident. I was in pain and surrounded with financial problems. You know what: a good lawyer is a great deal – and I have found one! After my situation began to improve and I got back to my life the way it was before, I started feeling absolutely confident and safe. Thank you again.”
Anurag Patel, Mississauga
More than 1,800 people were killed and almost 155,000 people were injured in car accidents across Canada in 2017, the majority occurring in urban areas such as the Greater Toronto Area. Car accidents are the #1 cause of death among people aged 3-33, affecting an excessively high proportion of the population.
Some of the major causes of motor vehicle accidents are:
- Distracted Drivers. Everything from cell phone usage to interacting with other passengers takes drivers’ attention away from where it belongs: on the road. Distracted Drivers are dangerous drivers.
- Driver Fatigue. Driving without adequate rest can be as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. Fatigue slows your reflexes and impairs your judgement. It can be even worse if you begin to nod off behind the wheel.
- Driving Under the Influence. Although you may feel that you are perfectly capable of driving after a drink or two, scientific testing confirms that even mild alcohol usage reduces your ability to respond quickly to stimuli and perform at your best.
- Aggressive Driving. Actions such as speeding, interacting competitively or angrily with other drivers, and weaving through traffic increase the risk of collision for you and everyone else on the road.
Whether you’ve been in a fender-bender or a major collision, if you were injured in a car accident, your life can change dramatically for a long time, possibly forever. You may have to take time off from work and relearn or get assistance performing basic tasks. But with the right support, your life doesn’t have to roll to a stop.
In addition to cars, trucks and motorcycles, there are two types of electric scooters that are the latest additions to the list of fast-moving vehicles introduced to the general public. The larger, Vespa-style scooter is classified as a limited-speed motorcycle (LSM) and requires that operators possess an M license with condition L. Because their speed is limited, they are often perceived as safer, but this is not the case.
Without the speed or agility of a motorcycle, scooters can’t get out of a bad situation quickly. And when they are on the road with large vehicles, there is a lot of room for error.
If you were injured while riding a Vespa-style e-scooter, or injured by someone else who was riding one, contact us today. We can help you get the compensation you need to make a full recovery.
The other type of scooter that is being seen more often around Ontario is the smaller Lime-type. Actual Lime scooters are available for purchase everywhere. Easy to use, e-scooters are so intuitive that anyone can get on and get moving in seconds, regardless of their ability level.
Because this type of electric scooter is so easy to use and looks similar to the push versions that young children enjoy, riders don’t often realize the risk involved in operating one. these electric scooters can reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour, most riders don’t take their risks seriously and ride without helmets or protective gear.
If you were injured when someone else was riding an e-scooter, you should know that the process of collecting reimbursement for your medical claims is much more complicated than it would be if you were in an automobile accident. If your injuries are extensive and you are unable to work or participate in normal activities, your situation is even more extreme. You need help to get back on your feet.
I Was Injured in a Motor Vehicle Accident. What Should I Do Next?
The actions that you take after your accident can make a big difference in the quality of life that you will have for the future and the judgement and compensation that you will receive.
At Claim Accident Services, we take on the time-consuming work of finding experienced legal representation, engaging quality healthcare providers, and building your case. Our lawyers specialize in car and other motor vehicle accidents and will guide you through the complex legal, therapeutic, and insurance-related issues to get you the maximum settlement. It doesn’t matter if you were at-fault in the collision or not. Our legal team understands how to work with the insurance companies to get you the best payout possible.
In addition to the best legal representation, you will also be connected with high-quality healthcare providers through the Claim Accident Services network. Our therapists are skilled at treating injuries such as sprains and strains, soft tissue injuries, fractures, head injuries, herniated discs, spinal cord injury and paralysis, torn ligaments, facial injuries, scarring, loss of limbs and internal organ damage, and can set you up for a successful recovery.
If you or someone you care about has been injured in a car or other motor vehicle accident, get in touch with Claim Accident Services today to get yourself back on track, moving full speed ahead.
Why Choose Claim Accident Services?
- Pay nothing until we win your case
- Get help, even if you were at fault in the accident
- Recover faster with professional rehabilitation services
- Get the MAXIMUM compensation possible for your case
- FREE transportation to and from your legal/medical visits
- FREE consultation
- FREE case evaluation
We Can Help You With:
- Head-On Collisions
- Rear Impact
- Side Impact
- Fender Bender
- Traffic Violations resulting in Car Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- TTC Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Electric Scooter (E-Scooter) Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Hit and Run Accidents
- ATV Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Taxicab Accidents
Our lawyers serve the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) including Toronto, Etobicoke, Scarborough, Mississauga, Brampton, North York, Richmond Hill, and Markham, as well as Oakville, Barrie, Collingwood, Niagara Falls, London, Waterloo / Kitchener and surrounding areas.