The Greater Toronto Area’s many commercially licensed bus and truck drivers are often conscientious professionals, duly trusted to carry out their duties with above-and-beyond care for their own safety, the safety of any transported passengers, and that of the motorists and pedestrians around them. In the instances when their driving harms the Toronto citizens around them, Singh Barristers personal injury lawyers are there to hold the drivers themselves and the entities that vouch for their safety-mindedness responsible for the damages caused.
HIGHER EXPECTATION OF SAFETY
Buses and trucks are the largest vehicles occupying Toronto’s roadways, their safe operation in dynamic traffic demands, demonstrated exceptional care. The people trusted by public and commercial entities to drive them daily without endangering others undergo comprehensive training and licensing before ever being put officially behind the wheel. When a driver’s actions cause major harm and injury, the responsibility falls not only upon the driver alone, but upon the people entrusted to first vet the driver and assume responsibility for actions taken while behind the wheel of a company’s vehicle.
GTA’s injury lawyers will provide you with an initial consultation at no cost to you whatsoever. If you retain our services, you do so under the guarantee that you owe us nothing until we’ve seen your case through to completion.
We’ll approach your claim with the intent that the commercially licensed operator responsible for your injuries and any damages to your own vehicle and/or property is held responsible for your due compensation. Rest assured, we’ll also examine the responsibility that the driver’s employers should be asked to take for the damages caused by their owned, insured vehicle with the driver in their employ trusted behind the wheel. If you’re facing injuries following a bus or truck accident, contact Singh Barristers in Toronto today so that we can put our combined more than 40 years of experience to work defending your well-being and rights.