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  • Car Accident Claims: Call The Police Immediately

    September 17, 2018

    Recent studies show that nearly 60,000 people suffer from injuries of different types in Ontario annually as a result of car accidents. Some of these accidents result in the death of drivers, passengers and pedestrians, while in others, people suffer a range of injuries. Whatever the nature and extent of injury, it’s important to seek immediate medical attention from a qualified medical professional.

    Another very important step to take is to inform the police right away. You or others with you may assume that the injuries and damage are minor, but in order to claim accident benefits, the police have to be informed. Ontario laws specify that injuries and damage to vehicles that are estimated to be $2000 or more have to be reported to the police. However, it’s not easy to estimate what exactly the extent of injury may be at first glance. Some injuries appear minor initially, but turn out to be serious at a later stage. If you have not filed a police or traffic report on the collision, it’s difficult to prove to insurance claims adjusters that your injury was directly caused by the accident.

    If you can take photographs of the accident scene, with exact time and date stamp, that show the location, damage and injuries, position of the vehicles, with important landmarks nearby, these are important pieces of evidence. Contact an experienced car accident lawyer to help you with the process of achieving compensation. We can ensure that your rights and interests are fully protected.

  • Car Accident Claims: Call The Police Immediately

    September 17, 2018

    Recent studies show that nearly 60,000 people suffer from injuries of different types in Ontario annually as a result of car accidents. Some of these accidents result in the death of drivers, passengers and pedestrians, while in others, people suffer a range of injuries. Whatever the nature and extent of injury, it’s important to seek immediate medical attention from a qualified medical professional.

    Another very important step to take is to inform the police right away. You or others with you may assume that the injuries and damage are minor, but in order to claim accident benefits, the police have to be informed. Ontario laws specify that injuries and damage to vehicles that are estimated to be $2000 or more have to be reported to the police. However, it’s not easy to estimate what exactly the extent of injury may be at first glance. Some injuries appear minor initially, but turn out to be serious at a later stage. If you have not filed a police or traffic report on the collision, it’s difficult to prove to insurance claims adjusters that your injury was directly caused by the accident.

    If you can take photographs of the accident scene, with exact time and date stamp, that show the location, damage and injuries, position of the vehicles, with important landmarks nearby, these are important pieces of evidence. Contact an experienced car accident lawyer to help you with the process of achieving compensation. We can ensure that your rights and interests are fully protected.