The accident was being investigated by the Ontario Provincial Police, and the westbound lanes of Highway 403 were closed in the area for the police investigation. There are reports that one of the occupants was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle.
Vehicle rollover car accidents are among the most devastating accidents in Ontario. Ontario collisions resulting in vehicle rollovers can have catastrophic consequences. The occupants involved in this Ontario rollover accident will be entitled to make insurance claims for their injuries. If the driver of the vehicle was at fault in any way, the passengers may claim additional benefits from the driver's insurance.
If you have been injured in a Ontario rollover accident, you will be focused on you health and your future well being. On top of everything that you are dealing with, you will soon have to navigate the complex insurance claims process with the insurance companies and claims representatives. The insurance claims process following an Ontario car
accident is complex. No matter how pleasant the insurance adjuster may seem, you need to remember that the insurance company representatives and adjusters are not on your side. The goal of the insurance company is to pay to you as little compensation as possible for your loss. The insurance adjuster knows the ins-and-outs of how the insurance process works and, if you are not properly informed, you will be a great disadvantage.
In order to level the playing field with the insruance company, and obtain a fair and reasonable resolution of your car accident claim, you need an experienced Ontario auto accident claim lawyer. You need an Ontario lawyer like Andrew A. Iacobelli, with years of experience handling car accident and personal injury matters.
Lawyer Andrew Iacobelli is an experienced Toronto car accident lawyer who represents clients who have been injured in auto accidents in the greater Toronto area. If you have been involved in an auto accident and injured, contact Andrew Iacobelli before you talk to the insurance company and before you decide to represent yourself. Initial consultations with our law firm are always FREE. If we accept your case, we offer contingency fee retainers—that means you pay nothing until there is a recovery for you.
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