What to Know About Snow or Ice Accidents in Toronto

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If you have been injured in an accident due to snow or ice, you may be eligible to recover compensation in a personal injury claim if you are able to prove that your accident was caused by the negligence of another party. To learn more about taking legal action after a snow or ice accident, continue reading. For assistance with your upcoming claim, do not hesitate to contact our Toronto personal injury lawyers. Our legal team will fight for your right to compensation. Here are some questions you may have about snow or ice accidents in Toronto:

What are the most common causes of snow or ice accidents?

There are several factors that may result in a snow or ice accident. However, the majority of snow or ice accidents occur when a home or property owner is negligent. The most frequent causes of snow or ice accidents are as follows:

  • Unclear or unsalted walkways
  • Icy handrails
  • Hanging icicled unattended

What are the most common injuries sustained in snow or ice accidents?

The following are the most common types of snow or ice-related injuries:

  • Concussions
  • Head trauma
  • Broken bones
  • Back trauma
  • Gashes
  • Pulled muscles

How can I recover financial compensation after a snow or ice accident?

If you have been injured in a snow or ice accident, you will require the experience of an experienced lawyer who will work to prove that you were injured as a result of another party’s negligence to recover financial compensation. Your lawyer may use the following pieces of evidence to support your claim:

  • Security camera footage of the accident
  • Pictures of the safety hazard that caused your injuries
  • Witness statements confirming your claim
  • Police reports documenting the incident
  • Medical documents

What is the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Toronto?

The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Toronto is generally two years. This means that you will have two years from the date of your snow or ice accident to bring attention to your personal injury claim. Failure to file your claim within this timeframe may result in you being permanently time-barred from suing. To avoid this, it is best to take action as soon as possible. To get started today, give our experienced Toronto personal injury lawyer a call today. Our legal team will work to satisfy the burden of proof to recover the compensation you require to heal and move forward with your life. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Contact Our Experienced Toronto Personal Injury Firm

If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, you deserve a lawyer who cares about your best interests. Contact a Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer at Merricks Law Group today.

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