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What To Do After A Motorcycle Accident In Toronto

What To Do After A Motorcycle Accident In Toronto Mar 10 2023 | ZAYOUNA ADMIN   A motorcycle accident can change your life in the blink of an eye. If you get into a motorcycle accident in Toronto, it is important to stay calm and know the next steps to take to improve your odds of being compensated […]

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MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT IN TORONTO

  MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT IN TORONTO By Zayouna Law Firm Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately common and devastating. It has been estimated that motorcyclists are roughly 13 times more likely to die in a collision than car drivers. The incidence rate of injury from a motorcycle accident is roughly three times higher than in car accidents. With motorcycle accidents so common and

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Top three intersections where running red lights in Toronto

  Top three intersections where running red lights in Toronto By NatMed  Dec.3, 2023 A large number of people are ticketed every year at intersections equipped with red light cameras (RLC), and the result is financial losses – fines to pay, and make you anxious Through observation, I found that running red light intersections change

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Our most dangerous streets: Huge new collision database points to Toronto’s postwar suburbs

  Our most dangerous streets: Huge new collision database points to Toronto’s postwar suburbs Of the worst 100 Toronto intersections for collisions causing injury or death, just two are in the old city of Toronto. By Gilbert Ngabo Crime Reporter Friday, April 1, 2022   Toronto’s most dangerous roads all look the same: they’re big, they’re

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Speeding 70 km/h over the limit & how the owner fought the ticket and won

  Speeding 70 km/h over the limit & how the owner fought the ticket and won By  Abby O’Brien  Published Feb. 3, 2023 4:00 p.m. EST An Ontario speed limit sign is seen above on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. (CTV News) After being charged with speeding by a city-operated photo radar device, a Toronto family was

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