How A Roadway Might Be Responsible For An Automobile Accident?

A roadway cannot puncture a tire and cause a car accident. A roadway cannot create a wall, an object with which an automobile might collide. Still, a roadway’s lifetime is limited. The lifespan for most roads is 18 to 25 years. After that lifespan has run its course, the road begins to deteriorate. A deteriorating roadway can become a potential danger. Its existence increases the chances for an accident. (more…)

Is It Time To Make Bike Helmets Obligatory For All Cyclists?

It has been found that less and less Canadians cycle on the regular despite its many proven benefits to the overall health of a person. Additionally, it has also been found that areas with many cyclists experience less motor vehicle and cyclist collisions, in comparison to areas with less cyclists. This is likely because drivers in an area with more cyclists are used to being more cautious of cyclists, and because the cyclists in these areas are also provided with their own designated infrastructure. (more…)

How Marijuana Impacts Driver’s Ability To Operate Their Vehicle Safely?

A survey conducted last year has provided us with new statistics surrounding the correlation between marijuana usage people’s ability to safely navigate public roads in their motor vehicles. From the people who took the survey, a good portion admitted to having used marijuana. And among these, nearly forty percent admitted to operation a vehicle within merely two hours of smoking said marijuana. (more…)

Debunking Common Misconceptions Surrounding The Matter of Motor Vehicle Collisions And Insurance Companies

The first steps you take after you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision are arguably the most important if you later decide to file a claim with your insurance company. Common misconceptions are the reason why many claims are later denied or settle for far less than the claimant would otherwise have been awarded. In order to prevent such issues from occurring in your future, we have gathered some of the most common misconception surrounding motor vehicle collisions that have taken place in Ontario and debunked them. (more…)