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.
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.