Driving and Skidding: How a Car Injury Lawyer Can Help

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Movies, such as Tokyo Drift, sensationalize foreign cars swerving and drifting around sharp, life-threatening corners on the road. The reality is that skids cause serious car accidents, and the conditions of the road and experience of the driver all play a part in a dangerous crash. The first step is to realize that you are not a professional racecar driver from Tokyo Drift, and accept that skidding is not to be taken lightly. Skidding can lead to detrimental consequences, but a car injury lawyer will help you with your case if an accident does happen to occur.




When one or more tires on your car begin to lose traction on the surface of the road, a skid is likely to occur. Skids normally happen on a slippery road surface due to rain, sleet, snow, ice, or gravel. Skids are preventable and usually happen when cars begin driving too fast for the conditions of the road. These are a few tips on how to avoid skidding, and maintain control when driving, so that there is no need for a car injury lawyer in the future:


  • Drive slowly when the roads are slippery;
  • Turn gently;
  • Ease off the accelerator if you do skid;
  • Steer in the direction you want to go; and
  • Take a course to practice skidding and gain more driving experience.


Hiring a Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer


A Toronto personal injury lawyer or car injury lawyer will help you to receive the compensation you deserve after a serious accident. If you were involved in an accident where skidding—or any other scenario—was the cause of the crash, you can book a free consultation with a Sokoloff lawyer today, and we will help you with your case.