A man has reportedly died as a result of a Toronto motorcycle accident that occurred on Lawrence near Don Mills in North York. This Toronto motorcycle accident happened in the afternoon of Friday June 8, 2012.
First and foremost, we would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the man who tragically died in this Toronto motorcycle accident.
Sadly, this case will now become part of the statistics concerning Toronto and Ontario motorcycle accidents. The police are still investigating the circumstances leading to this motorcycle accident. If you have information or if you witnessed this accident, you are encouraged to contact the Toronto Police at 416-808-1900 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.
More information is needed in order to determine the cause of this Toronto motorcycle accident. Frequently, however, motorcycle accidents are the result of negligence on the part of other drivers. Many Ontario motorcycle accidents are caused because drivers are simply not paying attention to the presence of motorcycles and fail to see the motorcycle.
When someone is killed as a result of a motor vehicle accident, the family of the deceased may be entitled to make a claim for their losses. These claims are generally paid by the insurance company for the other driver. A wrongful death claim is also available when the motorcyclist is partially at fault for the accident.
There are reports of a serious accident in Toronto involving a bicycle rider that was hit by a TTC Bus near Bayview and Eglinton on June 5, 2012. According to early reports, a young man was seriously injured when his bicycle was hit by the TTC bus.
First and foremost, Iacobelli Law Firm would like to offer our support for the young man that was injured in this Toronto bicycle accident and his family. We wish that that the injured man will make a swift and full recovery.
Sadly, each year many cyclists in Ontario are killed or suffer serious personal injury from motor vehicle accidents. These accidents are often the result of drivers not paying attention to cyclists sharing the road in Ontario. Some scenarios which often result in collisions between motor vehicles and bicycles, include the following:
The driver of a motor vehicle turns directly in front of a bicyclist
The driver of a motor vehicle enters pulls out into traffic in front of the bicyclist
The driver of a motor vehicle does not provide sufficient space when attempting to pass a bicyclist;
The driver of a motor vehicle failing to pay attention to the position of the cyclist when resuming travel after stopping at a traffic light or stop sign
In this particular case, Toronto Police were investigating the circumstances of this bus and bicycle collision. More information would be necessary in order to determine the cause for this Toronto bicycle accident. However, if the driver of the TTC bus is found to be at fault, it could lead to the filing of a Ontario personal injury lawsuit. If such a lawsuit is filed, and if it is successful, it could lead to an award of damages for man who was injured and his family. The damages recoverable will depend on the nature of the injury and the losses.
There are reports of a Toronto injury accident that occurred at the intersection of Eglington Avenue West and Black Creek Drive on June 1, 2012. Reports suggest that the persons involved in this Toronto car accident were taken to hospital for treatment of their injuries.
This accident reminds us that many Toronto car accidents occur at intersections. Intersections require drivers to make decisions, and sometimes this results in poor decisions that cause car accidents. Accidents occuring at intersections can result in serious injuries and, sometimes, death. Most Toronto car accidents that occur at intersections are avoidable, and can be traced to driver negligence.
In car accidents involving multiple vehicles, like this Toronto car accident early collection of facts and preservation of evidence is essential in order to assess and determine the cause of the collision. Multi-vehicle collisions are complex and usually require experts, such as engineers, to perform accident reconstruction analsysis. Modern cars are often equipped with computer systems that collect and store information that may be downloaded. This information needs to be obtained soon following a collision or it may be lost.
The police were investigating this June 1, 2012 Toronto car accident, and more information is certainly needed to determine who was at fault. Nonetheless, if it is determined that one or more of the drivers are at fault for causing this Toronto car accident, the injury victims may be able to maintain a Ontario lawsuit to recover their losses.
The Toronto Car Accident Lawyer at Iacobelli Law Firm would like to wish all of those injured in this Toronto car accident a swift and full recovery from all of their injuries.
Ontario motor vehicle accident lawyer
Ontario motor vehicle accidents involving a a jackknife truck are one of the most dangerous types of truck accidents on Ontario roadways. When a jackknife truck accident occurs, the tractor trailer swings out and forms a 90-degree angle. A jackknifed truck could spin across other lanes of traffic at high speeds before coming to a stop.
There are multiple causes of jacknifing, some of which are due to negligence. An experienced Ontario truck accident lawyer can investigate the circumstances of your Ontario motor vehicle accident and assess whether the truck driver or other party may have been
at fault for the accident.
Due to their complexity, trucking accident cases require a Ontario personal injury lawyer with a thorough understanding of Ontario commercial vehicle regulation and trucking industry practices. Early collection of information is also essential in truck accident cases.
Contact Iacobelli Law Firm to speak with a Ontario truck accident lawyer today. We offer a free consultation. Our firm represents victims of accidents and negligence on a contingency fee basis — no lawyers' fees unless we recover compensation.
Andrew Iacobelli is an Ontario lawyer that restricts his practice to representing personal injury victims and their families. Andrew is the founder of Iacobelli Law Firm.
Main Law Office and Mailing Address
15 Wertheim Court, Suite 303
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3H7
1200 Bay Street, Suite 202
Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2A5
10877 Keele Street
Vaughan, Ontario L6A 0K6
Toll Free: 1-877-742-2529
Our Fee Promise: No Fees Unless You Win