Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Toronto

Contrary to popular belief, in most accidents involving motorcycles, it’s the driver of the other motor vehicle that plays a crucial role. Unfortunately, when you’re involved in a motorcycle accident, whether it’s your fault or not, you can potentially suffer catastrophic injuries.

Motorcycle accident

You are entitled to accident benefits

If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, regardless of fault, you are automatically entitled to Statutory Accident Benefits, as set out by law in Ontario. These benefits can help with medical expenses, physical therapy, and more. Thomson Rogers can help get that process started and navigate the insurance paperwork.

You may also sue

In cases where the motorcyclist is not at fault, he or she can sue the driver who is responsible for the accident. This is called a ‘tort’ claim and is separate from the Statutory Accident Benefits. If the other driver caused or even contributed, in part, to the cause of the accident, the motorcyclist can sue. Damages can include the cost of long-term care, pain and suffering, lost income from missing work, and more.

Thomson Rogers can help

For over 85 years, Thomson Rogers has earned a reputation for taking on the most complex and challenging motorcycle accident cases and delivering results.

Our lawyers understand the catastrophic injuries that happen in motorcycle accidents and will help establish fault. We will explain your rights, the legal process, and the role of your lawyer in simple, clear language.

For more information about your rights as a motorcylists, download our Information Kit for Motorcyclists.

Contact us to arrange a free consultation by completing our online request form, or call 416-868-3100 or toll-free at 1-888-223-0448.

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Contact Thomson Rogers to arrange a free consultation by completing our online request form, or call 416-868-3100 or toll-free at 1-888-223-0448.

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