Driving is a big part of many parents' lives, whether they are hauling kids around to appointments and soccer practice or heading out to babysit the grandkids. The idea of not having their licence can seem impossible. However, the fact is that as our parents get...
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Life space protection in cars can reduce injury severity
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Jul 14, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
With every new model of vehicle that comes onto the market, motorists have more safety features to protect them from suffering catastrophic injuries in the event of an accident. Passive safety features – features that protect vehicle occupants after the impact of a...
5 tips for safe driving this winter
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Dec 6, 2021 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Drivers throughout Ontario understand that the winter months often mean a dangerous increase in commuter traffic as well as the added hazards that accompany poor weather. Fortunately, there are certain steps commuters can take to reduce the dangers they face on...
5 common types of parking lot collisions
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Aug 4, 2021 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Serious motor vehicle collisions can occur in nearly every environment. From city streets and highways to parking garages and mall parking lots, moving vehicles can crash, leading to injuries and property damage. Whether you are driving a car, truck, motorcycle or...
New survey suggests that distracted driving is not going away
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Apr 27, 2021 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
In the face of potentially severe punishment and aggressive information campaigns, Canadian drivers continue to be tempted by activities that will distract them from safely operating their car, truck or motorcycle. Unfortunately, there is a common thread among survey...
Distracted driving: Penalties and consequences
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Oct 23, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Distracted driving is a problem that does not seem to go away. With every new cell phone technological advance, there are more reasons for drivers to feel compelled to attempt to multitask while behind the wheel. Unfortunately, distracted driving can lead to serious...
4 myths about pedestrian collisions
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Jul 29, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
In any type of collision, bicyclists and pedestrians tend to suffer the most catastrophic injuries. From head injuries to spinal cord damage to torn ligaments, pedestrians can see their whole lives changed in an instant. Even with constant warnings and safety...
5 things motorcycle riders must remember
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | May 27, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
For the last several decades, motorcyclists have built a culture based on speed, agility and excitement. Unfortunately, riders must also endure higher risks, fewer safety measures and a greater chance of catastrophic injuries in a collision with larger vehicles on...
Poll: 26 percent of Canadians check messages while driving
On Behalf of Hillier & Hillier Personal Injury Lawyers | Apr 27, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Even when they fully understand the value of remaining focused on the road, drivers still allow themselves to be distracted by numerous things in their environment. From talking on the phone to eating, drivers permit their focus to be removed from the task at hand...
- March 2023 (1)
- January 2023 (1)
- November 2022 (1)
- July 2022 (1)
- March 2022 (1)
- January 2022 (1)
- December 2021 (1)
- August 2021 (1)
- April 2021 (1)
- January 2021 (1)
- October 2020 (1)
- July 2020 (1)
- May 2020 (2)
- April 2020 (1)
- September 2019 (1)