Oakville Bicycle Accident Lawyers
When injured in a motorcycle crash, you need Cariati Law on your side.
Many injured bicyclists do not get fair treatment from the insurance companies. Recent studies show that settlements for injuries suffered in cars are up to 40% higher than for the same type of injuries suffered by cyclists.
If you or a loved one has been injured or died in a bicycle accident, contact Cariati Law, so that we can represent you in your time of need. We’ll speak with you for free and fight to get you the compensation that you deserve. The lawyers at Cariati Law are experienced in handling claims involving bicyclists.
Each and every Oakville, Ontario, Canada injury & disability lawyer at our firm is innovative, aggressive and result-oriented when serving the diverse legal needs of our clients. Our lawyers are committed to protecting your rights.
The injury and disability lawyers of Cariati Law help children, individuals and families get through the legal process after being injured or suffering death from a bicycle accident. When hurt in a bicycle accident, injured in a slip and fall, victim to a medical mistake or any other type of accident, call Cariati Law to speak with an experienced Toronto, Mississauga and Hamilton injury & disability lawyer for FREE. We’ll make sure that your rights are protected.
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Today, Oakville is a suburban town in southern Ontario, located in Halton Region on Lake Ontario halfway between Toronto and Hamilton, and is part of the Greater Toronto Area, one of the most densely-populated areas of Canada. In 1793, Dundas Street was surveyed for a military road. In 1805, the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada bought the lands between Etobicoke and Hamilton from the Mississaugas aboriginal people, except for the land at the mouths of Twelve Mile Creek (Bronte Creek), Sixteen Mile Creek, and along the Credit River. In 1807, British immigrants settled the area surrounding Dundas Street as well as on the shore of Lake Ontario.