A feeling that sufficient steps have not been taken to punish the driver responsible is often the main reason families of pedestrians killed in collisions contact a lawyer, Toronto critical injury lawyer Patrick Brown tells the Toronto Sun.
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The driver behind the wheel of a City of Toronto garbage truck that struck and killed a five-year-old girl, and injured others, may be civilly responsible to the families even if he isn’t ever formally charged, says Toronto critical injury lawyer John McLeish.
Kayleigh Callaghan-Belanger was steps away from her Scarborough school Thursday afternoon when the truck struck her, the Toronto Sun reports. She was one of four children crossing the street – two others suffered injures, the report continues. Continue reading