Monthly Archives: March 2021

Do You Know the 15 Things To Do At An Accident Scene?

Getting into an accident involving a car, motorcycle, bike, or pedestrian is scary. Knowing what to do at the scene of an accident can help you in the long run. Here are 15 things to do at the scene of an accident. Get help for anyone injured. Don't move the victim. Keep the injured person warm. Do not move your car unless it is blocking oncoming traffic. Warn approaching traffic - don't let one accident cause another. Call an ambulance if you think someone may be seriously hurt. Call the police if someone is injured, or if there is substantial [...]

When Should I Call the Police?

After an accident, especially a minor one, it may be questionable whether to call the police. However, calling the police ensures a fair and balanced report that lawyers can use later. It can also be useful determining liability. Not every accident requires police at the scene, but they must be called if any of the following is true: Anyone was injured or killed Damages look to be over $1000 dollars, or there's damage to the public or private property A pedestrian or cyclist is involved A driver is impaired A driver is uninsured or unlicensed Whether it is an accident [...]

5 Tips To Staying Safe This St. Patrick’s Day

Saint Patricks Day is the most popular holiday for drinking and going out to bars. This leads to more drunk driving, and alcohol related accidents. If you plan to drink, be prepared and safe for the well-being of you, and everyone around you. Here are some tips on staying safe this St. Pattys Day. Have a Designated Driver Designate yourself, or a friend to be the designated driver for the group. Make sure to plan ahead so you aren't caught in a situation where everyone has had a drink. While drunk, you may think you are suitable to drive, but [...]

Should You Install a Dashboard Cam

10% of Canadian drivers have joined the trend of installing a dashboard camera into their motor vehicle. A dashboard cam is a camera that continuously records the view outside, and even inside your vehicle. Once installed, it can be synced to your car ignition, and even records when motions are sensed, protecting your car from theft, hit and runs, and vandalism. What are the advantages to installing a dashboard camera? 1. Prove What Happened By having a hard copy of the accident, you can prove to the police, without a doubt what happened. Giving clear, definite footage, you can prove [...]

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