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15 May, 2017

Foolproof Guide for First-Time Riders

There are over 700,000 motorcycles on Canadian roads every year. This number keeps growing year to year, and so do the number of accidents and fatalities. Over half of all motorcycle accidents occur among riders who have been on their bike for less than 5 months. In other words, new …

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9 May, 2017

Your Best Insurance Options this Season

We have helmets, seatbelts, advanced technology and the finest protective gear known to man. Months of training, careful driving and a strong pledge to always ride sober. None of these things will guarantee protection in a fatal accident. At the end of the day, the most important thing you can …

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19 April, 2017

The Misconceptions of Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you had a plumbing issue, would you call a plumber? Probably. Unless you’ve had proven experience fixing leaky pipes, trusting a licensed professional would be your best bet. We think the same holds true regarding motor vehicle accidents. There are many misconceptions regarding driving laws and accident best-practices. Your …

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4 April, 2017

The Psychology of Driving

What kind of driver are you? You may think driving is a systematic task with little variation, but the truth is, our personality, life stresses, and various everyday factors tend to impact the way we behave on the road.  To put it shortly, driving is based purely on behaviour. Perception, …

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7 March, 2017

How To Prepare For Safety This Spring

Feel more confident driving once the snow has melted and the sun is shining? Don’t be fooled into a false sense of safety now that Spring has sprung. Springtime Safety for Drivers Traffic fatalities in our city have been at their highest level in 5 years. It’s more important now …

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10 February, 2017

Our vision on Vision Zero

This year, the city of Toronto is making it clear it is committed to making our roads safer by adopting a Vision Zero Safety Plan. This is a multi-national road traffic safety initiative that started in Sweden back in 1997. Under the leadership of Toronto’s Mayor, John Tory, the city …

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6 February, 2017

How to make sure you can trust your lawyer

Trust- it’s one of the hardest things to earn, but all it takes is one wrong move or one bad impression for it to be lost. When it comes to your lawyer, the base of your opinion should come from a combination of gut feelings and hard facts. We’ve all …

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26 January, 2017

Pace Law Firm wins precedent-setting case – Appeal court upholds $3.17 million personal injury award

(TORONTO – JANUARY 25, 2017) – Pace Law Firm has won the appeal of the longstanding personal injury case of Jason Walters. Mr. Walters was beaten by a rival gang member while in custody at Toronto’s Don Jail in 2008. Following a long and drawn out litigation, the court had …

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18 January, 2017

Insurance Premiums Still High While Coverage Is Cut

It looks like the Ontario government has decided to get their annual insurance update out of the way rather quickly this year. As you may recall, four years ago the government promised Ontario motorists a 15% reduction in car insurance premiums by August, 2015. As your insurance bill can tell …

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9 January, 2017

Understanding Ontario Auto Insurance

In Ontario, auto insurance is a regulated product. Every few years, the Ontario government reassesses auto insurance and mandates changes to the product offerings available to Ontario drivers. On June 1, 2016, the provincial government made major changes to standard benefits, but most Ontarians have no idea. The standard policy …

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23 December, 2016

Secrets to Survive Winter Driving

Frozen door handles, frozen windshield wipers, frozen gas tank….frozen everything? Winter driving is hard! We asked around and came up with some of the most ingenius secrets to save you some frustration this season. What to do when: your windows fog up Sure, you could waste time sitting in your …

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6 December, 2016

Top Lessons from 2016

Looking back on 2016 provides an opportunity to reflect and look for lessons to move us forward in the direction we want. Some lessons we can look back on and laugh, while others still hurt to think about. The whole point of the popular News Year’s resolutions is to learn …

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1 December, 2016

Winter Driving Preparation

2016 has been an awful year for automobile-related accidents and deaths. Before we enter another season of snow, sleet and slippery terrain, let’s recap the most important dos and don’ts for winter driving. Keep these in mind and stay safe and accident-free this season: Winter Driving Car Kit Cold weather …

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