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This July 1st marks the 150th birthday of Canada. As with any long-weekend, it is important to practice extra care on the roads, at cottages, on waterways, with fireworks, while camping, or wherever you are celebrating the long weekend. This is the first of two blog posts about long weekend safety tips.
Rain or shine, road safety is always important. When you hit the road this weekend, consider these important safety tips:
According to a CBC.ca article, since 1995, Toronto has had 78 motorcyclist deaths and since 2003, has had 32 cyclist deaths. It was found that of the 78 motorcyclist deaths, all of the deceased were male and most deaths occurred when the weather was dry.
The Toronto Police Service recommend that motorcycle riders practice safety tips including:
Bicycle riders are advised to:
It is important to note that cyclists aged 14 and over are not legally allowed to ride their bicycles on Toronto’s sidewalks.
For more information and tips about safe cycling and motorcycling safety, check out our blog posts on these topics.
Summer time is prime time for swimmers and boaters. It is important to know how to keep yourself and others safe.
A few suggestions for water safety include:
People enjoy watching fireworks during a long-weekend. Setting off fireworks can become dangerous and it is important to consider the following tips from Natural Resources Canada:
If your long-term disability claim has been denied for any reason, it is important to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. A lawyer can help you to better understand your insurance policy and any time limitations you may be subject to. The lawyers at Aaron Waxman and Associates have represented many clients who have had their long-term disability claims denied. Do not hesitate to contact our office to arrange a free, initial consultation with a licensed lawyer, at a date and time that is convenient for you.
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