Ontario Auto Accidents Blog

One Motorist Hospitalized After Crash On County Roads 31 and 18 in Leamington

One person was taken to the local hospital on Wednesday morning, April 15th, with non-life threatening injuries after an accident at the intersection of County Roads 31 and 18 in Leamington. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Essex County responded… Read More

Why Witness Credibility is Important in Car Accident Claims

There are various forms of evidence that may impact a car accident claim. Evidence that stems from an objective source is often stronger than subjective evidence, such as your own opinion about how the accident was caused. This is why witnesses often… Read More

Why Police Reports Are Important in Car Accident Cases

While it may not seem like calling a law enforcement officer to the scene is necessary for accidents that appear to be minor, getting a police report may be a big help to your claim if you choose to pursue compensation for the damages you suffered. If… Read More

Essex County OPP Seeking Witnesses to Serious Highway 3 Incident

Essex County OPP are seeking witnesses after a serious two-vehicle accident in Tecumseh on Saturday afternoon. Provincial police, Tecumseh Fire Rescue Service and Essex-Windsor EMS responded to the scene in the westbound lanes of Highway 3 west of Walker… Read More

Assumptions After a Crash That Hurt Insurance Claims

Car insurance offers financial protection in the event of an accident. However, many victims may have false assumptions about coverage. When it comes to insurance, you should know what and how much your policy covers to avoid unnecessary setbacks in pursuing… Read More

Determining Liability for Damages in Ridesharing Accidents

Ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft have become popular among Ontario residents. While these services are an affordable alternative for passengers compared to taking a cab and a way to earn some extra cash as a driver, accidents can still happen… Read More

Latest Report Finds Ontario Drivers Are Overpaying for Car Insurance

According to a new report, Ontario drivers are overpaying for car insurance, between $7.6 and $12.7 billion from 2001 to 2018. This represents about 7.8 percent of the total premiums paid for car insurance in the province during this period. The top… Read More

What Happens If I Am Injured by an Uninsured Driver?

While Ontario law requires all drivers to have insurance and charges penalties for driving a vehicle without insurance, many drivers still take to the roadway uninsured. When these drivers cause a car accident, they place an undue financial burden on… Read More

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