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Taverniti | Vashishth LLP Comments On Changes To The Licence Appeal Tribunal Regarding Insurance Disputes

Mick Vashishth May 30, 2016

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP (www.TorontosPersonalInjuryLawyer.com), a law firm specializing in all aspects of Canadian personal injury law, is addressing new changes the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is instituting that will affect Ontario residents seeking benefits for accidents and injuries. As of April 1, the LAT has implemented a new Automobile Accidents Benefits Service (AABS) system […]

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP Addresses Rates of Drunk Driving in Canada

Maria Taverniti March 10, 2016

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP (TorontosPersonalInjuryLawyer.com), a law firm specializing in all aspects of Canadian personal injury law, is commenting on new reports showing the rates of drunk driving in Canada. Drunk driving remains a major cause of accidents and road fatalities in Canada. In Nova Scotia, incidences of drunk driving are well above the national […]

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP Comments on Sleep Medications Being Linked to Car Accidents

Mick Vashishth January 27, 2016

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP (www.TorontosPersonalInjuryLawyer.com), a law firm specializing in all aspects of Canadian personal injury law, is commenting on the link between sleep medications and car accidents following the results of new studies. Reported in Sleep Medicine, the studies found that older drivers have a significantly higher risk of getting in car accidents if […]

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP Weighs in on Canadian Agencies’ Refusal to Legislate Mandatory Seatbelts for School Buses

Maria Taverniti December 24, 2015

Taverniti | Vashishth LLP (torontospersonalinjurylawyer.com), a law firm specializing in all aspects of Canadian personal injury law, is addressing Canadian agencies’ refusal to legislate school buses to require seat-belts. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTCA) is recommending that all school buses in the U.S. have seat-belts and may implement laws requiring the safety […]

Crackdown On Toronto Drivers

Maria Taverniti January 5, 2015

Mayor John Tory launched his election-promise crackdown on congestion Monday, warning Toronto drivers they will face stiff fines if they block traffic during rush hours. As of 9:30 a.m., a total of 28 vehicles in the downtown core had been impounded, said Const. Clint Stibbe of Toronto police traffic services. Towing costs range from $200 […]

Pedestrian hit by vehicle, critically injured in Miss.

Mick Vashishth December 28, 2014

A pedestrian is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle in Mississauga on Saturday night. It happened in the area of Eglinton Avenue East and Dixie Road. The person was taken to Credit Valley Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Around the same time, just after 11 p.m., two men were hit by a vehicle […]

Man In Serious Condition Struck By A Vehicle

Maria Taverniti December 16, 2014

A man is in hospital in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle Tuesday night. The pedestrian, believed to be in his 50s, was struck by a vehicle near St. Clair Avenue and Dufferin Street at around 7:30 p.m. He was transported to hospital with serious head injuries, Toronto police continue to investigate.

String of ‘warm up’ car thefts prompts warning from police

Mick Vashishth December 12, 2014

Organized crime groups scouting locations, stealing idling cars from driveways CBC News Posted: “Don’t let your warm car become a hot car.” That was the name of a release distributed by York Regional Police today after a rash of “warm-up” vehicle thefts in the GTA. Vehicle thefts on the rise in north Toronto The ploy is simple: […]

A Few Tips About Shovelling Snow

Maria Taverniti December 11, 2014

During the winter months, snow shovelling can be a pain, considering that each shovelful of snow weighs about six pounds. That’s a lot of repetitive lifting, and wear and tear on your back. These back health tips will ease the hassle of clearing your driveway and help keep your back in shape. Warm Up Before […]

In snowy weather, take transit and don’t park on streets, City of Toronto advises

Mick Vashishth December 11, 2014

TOP EIGHT THINGS RESIDENTS CAN DO TO HELP THE CITY WITH SNOW THIS WINTER
 There is much residents can do to help the city keep the roads and sidewalks safe and passable during Old Man Winter.
Trevor Tenn, acting transportation services director for the Scarborough district, offered these reminders and asks of residents to do their […]

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