There is nothing more traumatic than being involved in a bad car accident. This is especially true if your car was damaged beyond repair or salvage. But you do have options even in this instance. These are the subject of this article. Read More
Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents
Ways To Determining Value of Totaled Vehicle
There are a lot of aspects of a car accident that are inconvenient. Even a minor fender bender can be an inconvenience since you’ll have to take the steps to repair the vehicle. One of the more inconvenient situations with a car accident is when the vehicle is totaled. This is a term used by insurance companies to determine that it’s not financially worth it to fix a vehicle. So, the insurance company will give you a set amount and take the vehicle to the scrap yard and sell it for parts to try to recoup some of the costs. Read More
What Happens When You Do Not Report An Auto Accident To The Insurance Service?
You might be tempted to pretend a minor car accident didn’t happen by not reporting it to your insurance company. After all, the risk of the premiums of your car insurance going up are very real if an accident is reported. So, you might think, why bother increasing my expenses for something that doesn’t look like to be a big deal? Read More
Possible Penalties For Accident Victim That Does Not Have Insurance
A motorist that drives down the road without insurance faces the prospect of being hit with a stiff penalty. If the same motorist were to become involved in a motor vehicle accident, then the severity of the expected consequences would vary, depending on the location of that particular collision. Read More
Ontario’s Laws On Accident Benefits
Residents of Ontario that do lots of driving do not feel inclined to worry constantly about possible involvement in a motor vehicle accident. Each of those same drivers knows that he or she could gain access to helpful accident benefits, following such an occurrence. Read More
Does Being Unemployed Adversely Affect My Ability To Recover Damages In A Personal Injury Case?
In personal injury law, the ability to be compensated for your injuries doesn’t rely entirely on whether or not you were employed at the time. Lost income and the loss of future earnings potential are just a couple of the damages in an accident benefits claim or personal injury lawsuit. Additionally, your medical expenses as well as your pain and suffering are treated as separate damages. Read More
Do You Need A Lawyer If Your Case Will Not Go To Trial?
Some adults feel ready to negotiate with the insurance company, after having become involved in a car accident. Still, a readiness to operate as one’s own negotiator does not guarantee possession of all the skills displayed by an expert negotiator. Read More
Learn How To Report A Car Accident In Ontario
The passenger or driver that has become involved in a car accident enjoys certain rights. Still, that same person could lose those rights, by failing to submit an accident report. Read More
Changes In Your Insurance Rates Following An Accident
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, your insurance company will be studying the information from numerous sources, in order to determine who should be named as the at-fault driver. The insurer does not assume that the police report has identified the correct motorist. Read More
What Happens If Resident of Ontario Gets Injured While On ODSP?
How supportive is Ontario’s Disability Support Program? That question re-states in a different way the question in the title. The re-stated question helps to clarify ODSP’s meaning (Ontario Disability Support Program). Read More