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Have you been involved in a motor vehicle accident or been injured in a fall? Whether you sustained a minor injury or a more severe injury, such as a head trauma, a fracture or a spinal cord injury, you usually have two years to file a lawsuit in New Brunswick under the Limitation of Actions Act. That period, commonly known as the limitation period, was extended in accordance with an order by the provincial Minister of Public Safety under the Emergency Measures Act.

Motorists know most of the rules when it comes to sharing the road with cyclists, but sometimes drivers are faced with a less common situation they’re unsure how to navigate. These situations are doubly dangerous for cyclists caught in the middle. Here are some tips on sharing the road with our pedal-powered friends:

Oh no, where did that motorcycle come from?!

Spring has finally sprung in New Brunswick. It’s critical that drivers recognize that motorcycles and scooters will soon be back on the road in order to make the proper adjustments to their driving habits.

Our legal team have developed a handy infographic outlining the key steps you should follow after a car accident. Some of these are time-sensitive, so if you have any questions or would like help with this process please contact us for a free consultation.

What to do after a car accident
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Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a confusing, difficult or even scary situation regardless of the circumstances surrounding the accident. If you were a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in an accident, it can be even more confusing determining who is at fault and how you can be compensated for your loss.

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With the arrival of spring also comes good weather. People take to the streets to walk, run, cycle, rollerskate and skateboard. However, it can be difficult for all of these people to share the road with motorists. A collision can occur unexpectedly.

Did you know that if this happens to you, you are also protected as a pedestrian or cyclist, just as if you are driving a motor vehicle? Car insurance policies in New Brunswick compensate you for all types of motor vehicle accidents.