Hit and run accidents are defined as such because the at-fault motorist cannot be identified.
Typically, the at-fault driver leaves the scene of an accident without providing information to the other individuals involved.
If you’ve been involved in a hit and run, even if you do not know the identity of the at-fault driver, you may still be able to bring a claim.
However, there are clear requirements that must be met.
Many businesses have been forced to close, limit their hours, or reduce their capacity. Despite a vaccine, the economic impact will likely continue, particularly in the face of new strains of the virus.
On January 28, 2021, the Ontario Superior Court addressed “inadequacies in current legal responses to internet defamation and harassment” by creating a new tort of internet harassment and cyber bullying.
While the global pandemic has been incredibly disruptive, the Court is embracing these changes and the legal community is using the tools available to move matters through the court system despite challenges.