After suffering a motor vehicle accident in Ottawa there are many things going through your mind. Many people wonder when they should call the Police to the scene. Is it only when there is significant damage to the car, or are there other considerations to keep in mind?
If you have been involved in an Ontario motor vehicle accident and sustained injuries resulting in a loss of work or mobility call Brenda Hollingsworth Personal Injury Lawyers at +1 (613) 233-4529 for a free consultation. We can advise you on the best options for your claim and how to pursue compensation.
There are a lot of considerations to take into account after an Ontario motor vehicle accident. The amount of damage on a car can be deceiving. A trailer hitch for example can take a great deal of impact without looking overly damaged. However, the driver could have suffered significant impact from the hit.
There is never a “bad reason” to call the Police when in a motor vehicle accident in Ottawa. If you feel any pain or think you may have suffered a personal injury, call the police to attend the scene so that they will file a report. It will help you support your claim later on.
Watch CTVMorning Live as Kurt Stoodley and Brenda Hollingsworth speak about personal injury claims after an Ontario motor vehicle accidents and when to call the Police.
Have you suffered an Ontario motor vehicle accident? Call the Ottawa personal injury lawyers at Brenda Hollingsworth’s office for a free consultation. They can show you your rights and how to fight for fair compensation.