Are delivery drivers covered by insurance when using their own vehicle? What happens if you are injured in an accident with an at-fault delivery driver using a personal vehicle?
Answers to personal injury claim questions during the COVID-19 pandemic, including whether you can still sue and will your case still go to trial.
A description of some activities generally under the Simplified Procedure process in Ontario, taking into account changes effective January 1, 2020.
Is there a connection between collisions and the end of daylight saving time? Here are some ways to help avoid a collision as we adjust to a darker rush hour.
Rules exist for the disclosure of video surveillance in personal injury claims. What happens if the defence does not follow the rules?
Even in hit-and-run accidents, there might be a possibility of recovering damages as a driver who was hit and injured in the accident.
Before you accept a settlement offer from an insurance adjuster, here's why you should first speak with a personal injury lawyer about your "minor injury".
Knowing what one's needs are when it comes to buying car insurance is challenging. Find out what area drivers and owners of motor vehicles wished they paid more attention to at the time of purchase and why.
In Ontario, generally you have a two-year time limit to sue someone with respect to a personal injury lawsuit. Depending on the facts of your case, however, you may still launch your lawsuit after two years from when you were injured. Here are some situations where such a claim may survive.
Proactive steps to take to try to ward off a drug or alcohol-related motor vehicle tragedy.