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Speeding causes car accident in British Columbia

It's something one never wants to experience: helplessness in the face of a head-on collision. Crashing at high speed will dramatically reduce the protection of air bags and seat belts. In a recent car accident in British Columbia, the impact caused by two speeding drivers sent one to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Blame time change for pedestrian accident in British Columbia

It's difficult to know for sure but statistics are ramping up against the value of daylight savings time. "Spring forward, fall back" is a catchy mnemonic that is now being questioned all across Canada. Except for Saskatchewan, all provinces adhere to this wartime tradition. On the Mondays following the seasonal time change, British Columbians are more likely to be the victims of a pedestrian accident than usual.

Help is available with wrongful death lawsuits in Burnaby

Dealing with the untimely death of a loved one is never easy, and the trauma of the loss may be exacerbated if the negligence of someone else caused the death. If you face such a situation, you might have grounds for a wrongful death claim. Such lawsuits are typically complicated and subject to a statute of limitations, but if you are in Burnaby or the greater Vancouver area, the lawyers at Michael Golden Law Corporation are available to guide you through the legal proceedings.

Heads, eyes forward to prevent a car accident in British Columbia

It's all too often the case, or rather, the cause. Cell phone use while driving can cause a car accident in the blink of an eye. According to recent statistics, more accidents occur due to distracted driving than impaired driving. Reportedly, 78 lives are lost each year in British Columbia because of drivers' attention distracted from the road by talking or texting on a cell phone.

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