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We all know that four-way-stops are a daily source of aggravation. People do rolling stops, right of way is often ambiguous, and it’s just one more obstacle that slows you down. It’s why Waterloo Region has seen a commitment to roundabouts – these intersections are designed to keep traffic flowing, while making for a safer driving experience.
Children can be unpredictable by nature – and that increases tenfold when they’re scurrying around in a school zone. It almost seems as they will run with blinders on, hustling off to meet their friends before the school bell goes. And with that kind of unpredictability roaming all over – the onus is on the drivers to be mindful and extra careful while driving in a school zone. According to Canada’s Safety Council, September to November tend to be the worst months for young pedestrians.
If you type the keyword, ‘CTE’ into Google, it will bring up a long list of articles of former athletes showing signs of this disease, lawsuits against professional sports organizations and how head-jostling sports could be the primary cause of this.
Let’s back up a second.
What exactly is CTE?
Any landlord who offers a building for rent is implicitly stating that the building is safe to inhabit. If this is not the case and you have been injured in a rental property - you may be entitled to compensation from the landlord.
Here is an overview on what you need to know about landlord liability.
Can a Landlord be held liable for the personal injury of tenants?
The brain is the greatest organic computer to which we understand a very small fraction of.
The Brain Injury Association of America has run a campaign called “Not Alone,” because that is exactly how those suffering should feel – that they are not alone in this battle.
Car accidents can be emotionally jarring – with a lot going through your mind in the immediate aftermath of one. Taking two minutes now to read through this can greatly mitigate any problems down the road when filing a claim – and how you can protect yourself.
What to do right away after an accident:
We’re blessed to live in a metropolis that boasts the ability to go from city to cottage country in less than a two-hour span. With the weather (finally) starting to turn in every cottagers favour, it’s only a matter of time under the waterways and the highways are packed with eager folks, chomping at the bit to disconnect in Canada’s north.
Driving in the winter can be stressful. So, when signs of spring start to appear and the weather gets warmer, drivers start to let their guard down. But driving in the spring can be just as dangerous as driving in the winter, and drivers should be especially alert behind the wheel during spring thawing.
Road hazards in the spring
Buses are one of the most common modes of transportation. Whether it be within the city for commuting, or for purposes of travel, many people travel on buses on a regular basis. According to the Ontario Motor Coach Association (OMCA), motor coach buses carry approximately 86 million people around Canada each year. And while the OMCA states that buses are one of the safest vehicles of transportation, accidents can still happen.