When you are "shopping" for a lawyer, my advice is to use similar criteria as you would when looking for a specialist physician. Make sure that the lawyer is in fact specializing in the area of law that you need help in. Check out that lawyer's bio on his' or hers website. Ask what percentage of practice he or she devotes to your particular field.
Answer to this question depends on whether your driver was authorized to operate a motor vehicle, as it is defined within the meaning of the Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. I.8. Scenario 1: Your driver was authorized to operate motor vehicle (had a valid driver's license, was not in breach of conditions of that license, if any, and was not too sick or/ and intoxicated)