Ontario Auto Accidents Blog

Accident Victim Wins Challenge to Ontario's $3,500 Minor Injury Cap

In September 2010, the Ontario government reduced the medical benefits you could get under your car insurance policy for injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident. The $100,000 limit for treatments not covered by the health care system was reduced… Read More

Two Injured in Accident on E.C. Row

  An SUV burst into flames following a collision on the E.C. Row Expressway Friday morning. Windsor police Sgt. Matt DAsti said two people are fortunate they suffered only minor personal injuries after the accident involving two vehicles at the intersection… Read More

Windsor man faces attempted murder charge after allegedly trying to run down wife

A 28-year-old Windsor man is facing an attempted murder charge after police say he got into a fiery argument just after midnight Sunday with his common-law wife, assaulted her and tried to run her down, slamming his pickup truck into a Hickory Road home… Read More

Arrest Made in Fatal Car Crash, One Victim Left with Serious Personal Injury, One Suffered Wrongful Death

A 38-year-old Bright, Ont. man is in custody after a car crash that claimed the life of one person and left another with critical injuries. Around 10 p.m. Saturday, Oxford OPP were called to Douro Street and Elizabeth Street in Plattsville after a pickup… Read More

Investigation Continues in Serious Pedestrian Accident

Windsor police investigate the scene of a single motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Elliott Street Sunday morning. Two pedestrians were struck by the vehicle and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.… Read More

Bad Road Conditions, Congestion Factors in Windsor Streets on Ontario's Worst Roads List

The Canadian Automobile Association released its annual worst roads in Ontario list Tuesday and local motorists selected the Ambassador Bridge as the road to avoid in Windsor. The bridge wasn't singled out for road conditions after having all of its… Read More

Mother Carrying Newborn Struck By Car in Devonshire Mall Parking Lot

On Thursday, May 30th a mother and her child were walking in the Sears parking lot of the Devonshire Mall in Windsor when they were struck by a car. Although these injuries were non-life threatening, they were transported in an ambulance to a nearby hospital.… Read More

Client Angie Williams Seeks Damages in Auto Deaths of Children

Angie Williams, a St. Joachim woman, lost her two youngest children in a horrific auto-train accident June 10, 2012. Her husband, Andrew Williams, was driving the family's 2000 Dodge Caravan on Strong Road in Lakeshore, carrying the family's 4 children,… Read More

Amherstburg Man Charged With Drunk Driving Following Fiery Crash

An Amherstburg man is being charged for drunk driving after causing a fiery crash which resulted in his passenger going to the hospital with serious injuries. The man is being charged for operating his car while having a blood alcohol content of over… Read More

Auto Insurance Rates to Drop 15 Percent

Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa has announced that Thursday's budget will propose a 15 per cent cut in auto insurance premiums. It is also unclear when drivers will start seeing their rates drop, Sousa acknowledged Tuesday.  "My proposal would… Read More