Ontario Auto Accidents Blog

Single-Vehicle Collision in East Windsor Leaves Two People Seriously Injured

On Saturday morning, January 25th, two people were transported to the local hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries after a single-vehicle crash in East Windsor. Windsor police responded to the scene on Wyandotte Street East near Riverdale… Read More

Crash on Highway 3 Leaves One Motorist With Life-Threatening Injuries

One motorist was transported to the local area hospital Thursday morning with critical injuries after a transport truck and minivan collided with one another. According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Essex County, the crash occurred around… Read More

Motorist Killed After Crash on Southbound Lauzon Parkway in Windsor

A male motorist is dead after a serious collision on Saturday afternoon. The Windsor Police and other first responders were called to the accident scene involving a Dodge minivan and a Ford pickup truck at the intersection of Lauzon Parkway and Forest… Read More

Do I Have to Provide a Recorded Statement to a Claims Adjuster?

After an accident, the insurance company will investigate the claim and will want to find out more information about how the accident occurred. A claims adjuster will likely reach out to you to ask for a recorded statement. The process of providing a… Read More

Is the Driver Always Responsible for Hitting a Pedestrian?

In Ontario, drivers are expected to be vigilant about pedestrians and keep a lookout for possible hazards. Therefore, if an accident with a pedestrian occurs, there is a presumption that the accident was caused by the driver. However, there are important… Read More

Delayed Injury Symptoms Following a Car Accident

Some car accident injuries result in symptoms that require immediate medical assistance. However, other injuries may not have symptoms until hours, days or weeks after the crash. The insurance company may even try to use any delayed injury against you… Read More

OPP Launches Festive RIDE Campaign Aimed at Impaired Drivers

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) works hard every day to ensure Ontario roads are kept safe from impaired driving offenders. This year’s Festive RIDE campaign, which launched this past weekend, is no exception. Police officers across the province… Read More

Why It Is Important to Contact the Police and Obtain a Report After a Crash

A police report is one of the most important documents you may need when filing an insurance claim after a car accident. A report will include detailed information of the crash and preliminary findings about who was at fault for any resulting damages.… Read More

SUV Crash in Windsor Leaves Two People With Life-Threatening Injuries

Two people were transported to the hospital Monday morning with critical injuries after the SUV they were riding in struck a light pole and crashed into a restaurant building. According to Windsor Police, the accident occurred about 2:30 a.m. in the… Read More

More Than 20 Crashes Reported in Essex County After Record Snowfall

A snowstorm hit Essex County in the early morning hours of November 11th. A record 15 to 20 centimetres of snow fell between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., causing the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to respond to more than 20 collisions due to the inclement weather. A… Read More