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What if I believe the accident was at least partly my fault?

Whether you were partly at fault for your accident, fully at fault, or not at fault at all, you should contact a car accident attorney Toronto as soon as possible. Ontario's no-fault accident benefits system means that every driver involved in a collision has a right to benefits; even in civil proceedings, being partly at-fault doesn't disqualify you from seeking compensation. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with a member of our team.

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