Auto Accidents

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    Each year in Ontario, thousands of people are hurt in auto accidents; approximately two people are killed every day. Unfortunately, the dangerous roads and highways in Ontario are an unavoidable part of life, and no matter how safely you drive, you’re never prepared for an accident and its consequences. To make matters worse during the painful aftermath of an auto accident, insurance policies can be very confusing and add to a victim’s stress.

    If you have been hurt in an auto accident, the first thing you will need to do is report the accident to a lawyer from Rizzotto Law Firm. Whether or not you were at fault, we will help you obtain the benefits and compensation for your losses. One of our personal injury lawyers will ensure that your rights are protected within the time limits permitted by law.

    We will help you to pursue both accident benefits, and money from suing for damages. If you sue the other driver, you can recover damages (that is, money) to compensate you for the following:

    • pain and suffering
    • loss of enjoyment of life
    • loss of a family member’s guidance, care and companionship
    • economic losses: income, earning capacity, competitive advantage, housekeeping
    • medical, rehabilitation, health and care costs.

    You can also sue for damages to compensate you for the loss of a family member’s guidance, care and companionship. Importantly, there is no restriction upon your right to sue for economic losses.

    It is often difficult to determine whether your injuries reach the threshold. This affects what damages you are entitled to from the other driver. A knowledgeable injury lawyer from Rizzotto Law Firm can accurately advise you about your right to sue for damages.

    Our experienced personal injury lawyers will get you the settlement that you are entitled to. We have a proven history of fighting for injured individuals and families.

    Contact us for legal advice about your auto accident, and to discuss your rights.