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Car Accidents in Ontario CA
I hope that you never need my services; however, if you have been injured in a car accident, you will soon find out that you are not an insurance company’s priority. But you will be mine.
In addition to being a local attorney who provides personalized attention to your case, I also fight to obtain the maximum amount of compensation possible for each and every injury, including current and future medical expenses, and more.
Someone’s negligence or reckless driving is often the cause of accidents in Ontario, California.
Negligence could be anything from texting to an underinflated tire to unsafe loading of a big rig’s load. Reckless driving could be anything from an impaired motorist to speeding through stop signs to street racing. Regardless, accidents often result in injuries and most accident victims seek help from a car accident attorney, especially if a serious injury or traumatic injury has occurred.
Types of auto accidents in Ontario (2013)
- Fatal accident count: 14
- Vehicles involved in fatal accidents: 24
- Fatal accidents involving drunken persons: 2
- Fatalities: 14
- Pedestrians involved in fatal accidents: 6
Home to the Ontario International Airport, running through Ontario are major portions of Interstate 10, Interstate 15 and US Route 60. Highway 83, Mission Boulevard, and Archibald Avenue are other highly trafficked roads.
Truck Accidents in Ontario
Many things may cause truck accidents: negligence, fatigue, blown-out tires, faulty maintenance, weather or drug and alcohol abuse. The injuries are likely to be much worse given the size and weight of big rigs. If a truck in Ontario has injured you, we can help.
Bus Accidents In Ontario
Bus accidents can be particularly dangerous because buses are designed to carry lots of people and not all have seat belts. Additionally, since buses carry so many people, minimal weight is a critical design element. And since they are large, bulky vehicles with large blind spots, accidents can unfortunately occur. As is the case with all vehicles, negligence may unfortunately play a role.
Types of bus accidents:
- School bus crashes
- Bus/pedestrian accidents
- Car/truck collisions with a bus.
Bus services in Ontario include but are not limited to:
- Alliance Bus Lines
- Shalimar Tours & Charter
- H&L Charter
- Visser Bus Services
- Tufesa de Ontario
- New Flyer of America Inc.
- Transwest Limousine and Party Bus
Bike Accidents In Ontario
In Ontario, adolescents 15-24 and adults over 45 are most likely to be killed on a bike. Men are much more at risk then are women and most deaths occur in places other than intersections.
What to do if you’ve been in an accident in Ontario
- The most immediate concern is your safety and well-being. Were you injured? Do you need medical assistance? Does anyone else?
- Call 911 for any urgent medical needs and to report the accident
- Exchange insurance information if both parties are able
After you have done these things and spoken to the dispatched officers, you may wish to call our offices to discuss your accident.
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