This article provides an update to a January 22, 2016 article I wrote for the McKiggan Hebert personal injury blog titled “Good News in the Battle Against Pedestrian-Car Collisions”.
In this article I concluded pedestrian-car
“accidents” were on a decreasing trend in Halifax in 2015. Sadly, it does not
appear the trend has continued in the three-plus years since the article was
In the article I updated the statistics from my December 23, 2014 article “Pedestrian-Car Collisions: An Epidemic in Nova Scotia” showing the number of pedestrian-car collisions in Halifax had increased from 2013 to 2014 with attributed causes ranging from poor weather to poor visibility.