Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers News

Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers were recently featured in 3 news articles regarding different legal subjects in Ontario.

Pedestrian Injuries in Toronto

Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers have found pedestrian injuries occur in communities throughout Ontario. Pedestrians often suffer severe injuries, and in cases involving a motorist and pedestrian the big question is: “who’s to blame?” Drivers must take extra caution with regards to pedestrians who are more vulnerable to injury than anyone in a motor vehicle. Many factors contribute to pedestrian injuries, such as the driver’s failure to yield, vehicle speed, pedestrian distractions, pedestrians crossing against the signal, pedestrians crossing at mid-block, driver distraction, pedestrian disabilities, driver and/or pedestrians under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and old age.

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Driver Safety and Tort Laws

Vehicular accidents happen often, and they often result in severe damages to all parties involved. Most of the time, people don’t know how to get their life back on track. In unfortunate times like these, one can count on the expertise of personal injury lawyers. One of Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers most experienced lawyers, Rose Leto, talks about avoiding these kinds of situations and changes in tort law.

Personal injury law in Canada is different than in the United States and other countries. In Canada, claims are limited. A tort claim for a personal injury needs to pass a threshold of severe and permanent impairment. The injuries must be severe and must impact a person’s life acutely.

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Icicle Liabilities in Toronto

Winter weather brings slippery sidewalks and roads, but these are not the only risks associated with winter. Another danger is icicles. They are pretty to look at but deadly when they fall. They hang from homes and commercial buildings. They are formed when snow refreezes as it melts off rooftops. They can cause damage to the building and cause chunks of ice to crash to the sidewalks, entryways, and streets. They can cause severe injuries and even death.

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