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Failure to Obey Traffic Signals

If you or a loved one was injured because another driver recklessly disobeyed a traffic sign, signal or law you may be entitled to compensation based on the physical and mental anguish you endured.

The lawyers at the law offices of Greg Monforton and Partners have a deep compassion for those who have been affected by auto accidents and we will always fight for the MAXIMUM amount of compensation owed to our clients.

We genuinely understand the strain of recovering from a car crash can be enough to cripple a family financially. If the victim was the wage owner in your household, funeral expenses and lost income can be almost impossible to manage.

To find out how we can help, simply fill out the Free Case Evaluation form located on the right side of this page, at the top. It is 100% FREE and there is no obligation to continue. Additionally, the details of your case will always remain completely confidential.

Contact us today by calling our toll free number at (866) 320-4770 .

Types of Signs and Signals in Ontario

Regulatory Signs

Regulatory signs give directions that are mandatory to follow. Typically rectangular and painted in black and white with a single bright color to denote its meaning, signs with red mean a driver should avoid the activity on the sign, and those with green mean that activity is allowed.

Ex: Sections of street where cars may or may not be parked; Do Not Enter signs; speed limit changes.

Temporary Conditions

Any condition that is impermanent but that needs to be marked for driver awareness will be signified with a temporary conditions sign. They are usually diamond shaped painted black and orange for easy visibility.

Ex: Construction zones; detour ahead; road work ahead.

Information and Direction Signs

These signs provide information regarding the roads and routes of the area. Usually green and large, these signs help drivers navigate Ontarios roadways.

Ex: Freeway interchanges or exits; routes to airport and train stations; distance in kilometres to towns.

Warning Signs

Dangerous or unusual conditions are marked by warning signs which are typically bright yellow with black lettering and diamond shaped. Warning signs are critical to safe driving on roads or freeways with curving or dipping terrain, or any other conditions that the driver should beware of.

Ex: Narrow bridge is ahead; hidden curve; pavement narrows; sharp bend or curve in the road.

Traffic Signals

Drivers and pedestrians are guided at intersections and along roads with the use of traffic lights. Green light means the driver can proceed; a yellow or amber light means the driver should yield if it is too late to proceed through the light, while a red light means the driver must stop.

Drivers must be able to differentiate between these signs and signals in order to safely traverse our roads and freeways. If they do not know the signs meanings or choose to ignore them they are risking their own life and the lives of those around them.

The victims of drivers who carelessly ignore traffic lights and signs are unfairly made to endure pain and suffering that could have easily been avoided with the proper behavior behind the wheel. If you or someone you know if suffering, contact a solicitor with knowledge of auto accident litigation to file a personal injury claim.

An Experienced Windsor ON Car Accident Solicitor Can Help You

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident and you would like more information on your rights, please contact us today. At the law offices of Greg Monforton and Partners, we understand the trauma that injury victims and their loved ones can endure following an automotive accident.

With this in mind, our entire staff is dedicated to fighting for the rights of individuals – not large firms and corporations – and will fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation.

Our office is located in Windsor, Ontario, and we proudly provide comprehensive legal counsel to injury victims throughout the province including:

  • Windsor
  • Chatham
  • Hamilton
  • Leamington
  • Niagara
  • Ottawa
  • Sarnia
  • Toronto

and most other surrounding towns and areas.

To find out how we can help with your injury litigation, contact us today at (866) 320-4770. Our intake staff is ready to take your call and after some initial questions about the nature of your call, you will be quickly connected to one of our lawyers.

Alternatively, simply fill out and submit the “Free Case Evaluation” form located at the top of this page – it’s 100% free and strictly confidential.

Learn more about your legal options and contact us today at (866) 320-4770 .