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What pedestrians, cyclists and drivers need to know about being in an accident in Toronto

The Insurance Bureau of Canada estimates that an average of six pedestrians are hit each day in Toronto, a city that also has the highest number of cyclist collisions in the country. Automobile drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians are all at risk of injury when navigating Toronto streets but many don’t think ahead about how to protect themselves legally.

Read the full post: “What pedestrians, cyclists and drivers need to know about being in an accident in Toronto” on dandyhorse magazine.

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