Ontario’s Fault Determination Rules (“the Rules”) outline over 40 common collision scenarios each depicted with simplistic diagrams. Each collision scenario has a corresponding liability percentage assigned to each driver. These Rules are largely used by your insurance company to determine who is at-fault for an accident.
Parents undoubtedly take the time to carefully consider where their child will attend and make every effort to ensure that they are in a safe learning environment. However, parents should also turn their minds to the safety of their child’s commute and take the same care in selecting a car seat.
Freezing temperatures and mountains of snow may make people want to stay indoors, but the more adventurous people will still go out for winter activities such as skiing, tubing, skating, etc. Below is a review of the precedent setting Crocker v. Sundance Northwest Resorts Ltd case.
The effects of a car crash often extend beyond the injured victim and have a significant impact on the victim’s family. If a person is injured or killed by the fault or negligence of another, family members may make claims under the Family Law Act.
September 25th was Rowan’s Law Day in Ontario, a day dedicated to concussion awareness. This follows the enactment of Rowan’s Law, an instrumental law created to protect youth and those involved in amateur sports from concussions and head injuries.