Blog
See Related Topics arrow

February 2018 Archives

Coquihalla crash injures 29 in British Columbia car accident

Highway 5, known as the Coquihalla Highway, runs from sea level to 2400 meters above sea level as the crow flies. It bears a dubious safety reputation. A car accident on British Columbia's Coquihalla is so commonplace that when two buses, two semis and two other vehicles collided recently, area residents phoned for help as soon as the first deafening crash occurred.

A car accident in British Columbia due to conduct unbecoming?

As the old saying goes: courtesy costs nothing. Arguably, the opposite may be proved true when a lack of courtesy on the road causes a car accident. It seems trivial and may even sound trite, but excessive losses reported by the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are, in part, being attributed to discourteous drivers disrespectful of some of the most basic rules of the road.

Getaway driver wreaks havoc in British Columbia car accident

Many movies today feature car chases meant to thrill viewers with edge-of-the-seat action, in the style of "Bonnie and Clyde." When real life intersects with the kind of mayhem depicted in such films, it makes for a whole different -- and terrifying -- storyline for British Columbia residents. It takes only one out-of-control driver to endanger the lives of all in his path by causing a car accident, and possibly taking the lives of innocent bystanders.

Bus stop victims of pedestrian accident in British Columbia

Waiting at a designated bus stop, whether in an urban or a rural setting, is generally considered a safe space. There is rarely reason to expect bodily harm, as British Columbia commuters embark and disembark, lugging groceries or other items and often accompanied by children. When a vehicle appears, veering dangerously out of control, the danger of a bus rider being the victim of a pedestrian accident suddenly becomes terrifyingly real.

Get Your Answers Today.

Effective Negotiation And Litigation Services Suited To Your Needs.

Privacy Policy | Business Development Solutions by FindLaw, part of Thomson Reuters.