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What is Implied Consent?

The Advocate Files: Personal Injury | Implied Consent in Auto Accident Law

 

What is Implied Consent?

By David Hollingsworth

Does no consent mean implied consent? What happens if someone uses your vehicle without your consent and causes an accident or injury? Is this implied consent?

In this recent case, the defendant driver had a suspended license and did not have the consent of the vehicle owner to drive the vehicle. The owner had made it clear to her son that he would not be allowed to use her truck until his license was reinstated. He took the vehicle anyway, and it resulted in an uninsured automobile coverage claim.

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The points discussed above are from a personal injury lawyer in Ottawa that focuses his practice on personal injury law. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact David Hollingsworth for a free, no obligation consultation.

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