How To Leave No Doubt About Negligence Shown By Other Party?

Most accidents are caused by an act of negligence, one that was committed by some person, some business or some organization. The person or group that has been charged with negligence has exhibited careless and neglectful behavior. If there were no witnesses, you may find it hard to prove that fact. In order to remove any doubt that a jury of judge might have, with respect to the nature of the actions taken by the other party, you must arrive at a way to prove four things. Read More

Personal Injury Claims For Pedestrian Accidents

In Ontario Province, a significant number of accident fatalities involve pedestrians being struck by oncoming vehicles or when a collision occurs and vehicles spin out of control and strike people traveling on foot. Other than motorcyclists, pedestrian accidents are oftentimes more fatal or life-threatening than others. In many cases when an individual survives, they are either permanently disabled or must endure years of medical care, painful recovery, and rehabilitative therapy, all of which can be financially devastating. Read More