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Tips for Controlling Road Rage

Driving can be stressful. Annoyances on the road like traffic, construction, or discourteous road-users can test anyone’s patience. However, in moments of heightened stress, a driver’s frustration may downshift quickly into anger. Road rage is a pervasive problem in Nova Scotia, one which could have fatal consequences. To learn about the effects of road rage and methods for overcoming it, click here.

What To Do After a Hit and Run Accident

When an unknown driver flees the scene of a collision, it can be difficult for an injured car accident victim to know what to do next, and where to turn for financial compensation. To learn about important steps to take after a hit and run accident, and how a Nova Scotia car accident lawyer may be able to help with your case, click here.

Slip and Fall Accidents in Nova Scotia Long-Term Care Homes

Sustaining an injury in a slip and fall accident can have prolonged physical repercussions for anybody, regardless of their age. But for seniors and physically vulnerable people living in long-term care homes, the consequences of a slip and fall accident can be extremely harmful, and difficult to overcome. If you or a loved one was injured in a slip and fall accident in a long-term care home, a Nova Scotia lawyer may be able to help you recover financial compensation. Click here to learn more.

Drunk Driving Statistics in Nova Scotia

Impaired driving is one of the leading causes of fatal motor vehicle accidents in the province. Despite efforts to educate Nova Scotians about the dangers of drinking and driving, people continue getting behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Doing so is extremely dangerous, and puts the lives of other road users at risk. Click here to read more.

Snowmobile Safety Tips

In the winter months, recreational snowmobiling can be an exciting escape into snow-covered terrain. For those in rural communities impacted by heavy snowfalls, operating an off-highway vehicle may be a practical option for essential travel. But, as with any high-performance machine, snowmobiles can be dangerous, and accidents can cause snowmobilers to sustain serious injuries. To learn about safety precautions for your next expedition, click here.

Parking Lot Accidents in Nova Scotia

If you have been involved in a car accident in a parking lot, you may be tempted to “settle” with the other driver on the spot. You may also have heard that, regardless of which driver was really at fault, because of your accident’s location, you and the other driver will both be considered responsible for damages. But motor vehicle collisions in parking lots are not always so cut and dry. To learn how you may qualify for financial compensation for damages you sustained in a parking lot accident, click here.

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