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Negligence and Duty of Care In personal injury negligence cases, establishing duty of care is essential. Simply defined, duty of care is an obligation of a person or organization to avoid careless acts that could potentially cause harm to others. In many circumstances, individuals have the legal obligation to act with an established minimum of care, attention, and prudence toward others. Duty of care applies to situations in which a hazard is caused by theNovember 22, 2021
How Do Insurance Companies Determine Fault? After a motor-vehicle accident, an insurance company will determine fault by reviewing evidence that shows that one or more individuals was negligent, and that said negligence caused the accident. In order to determine fault, insurance companies must know what happened during the accident. After an accident is reported, insurance companies begin theirNovember 15, 2021
Dangerous Intersections in Windsor, Ontario — Tips on Avoiding Getting Involved in Car Accidents Motor vehicle accidents can happen at any time, anywhere. Some intersections, however, are statistically proven to be more dangerous than others. There are several different types of accidents that can happen at intersections, including rear-end crashes, side-impact collisions, sideswipe collisions, and collisions betweenNovember 8, 2021
In Ontario, Does My Car Insurance Protect Passengers? Motor-vehicle accidents are disorienting and scary, both at the time of the accident and afterwards. You may be injured, your property may be damaged, and you may be suffering from physical and mental trauma. If you are a passenger in a motor-vehicle accident, you may be feeling especially confused on yourNovember 1, 2021
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