North of Richmond Hill and partially located within the Oak Ridges Moraine, Aurora is a town located within York Region.
Home to a population of over 53 000 residents, this community was first established in 1795 with the building of the first house on an extension of Yonge Street, which ran through the area. When the railroad also came to the town in 1853, Aurora emerged as an important financial center north of the city of Toronto. Shortly after the railroads arrival, the Fluery plow works was established and the town flourished into a thriving industrial town.
Well known in the area for taking special pride in preserving their cultural heritage and historical sites, Aurora was the childhood home of Lester B. Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada, between 1963 and 1968. The motto of this quaint town is “You’re in Good Company,” an understatement that demonstrates the humble and welcoming attitudes of the residents.
A predominantly residential community, many of the residents commute to downtown Toronto and the surrounding areas for work and leisure. But with extensive travel brings new risks for accidents and personal injury. Whether it be a car accident or an altercation while commuting or an incident while on the job, you have the right to proper representation so you can get the settlement you deserve.
An affluent area, the people of Aurora know it’s worth traveling for quality,which is why residents trust law offices of Campisi Law for all of their legal needs. No matter what your concerns or injuries, we are standing by to help you receive the best possible outcome of your personal injury case.
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- Car Accidents
- Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Injuries to Children
- Long-Term Disability
- Slips and Falls
- Bicycle Injuries
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Head southeast on Municipal Dr toward John West Way
- Turn right onto John West Way
- Turn right onto Wellington St E/York Regional Rd 15
- Turn left onto Dufferin St/York Regional Rd 53
- Turn right onto Side Rd 17
- Turn left onto Jane St/York Regional Rd 55
- Turn right onto King Rd/York Regional Rd 11 following signs for Regional Road 11/King Road
- Take the Ontario 400 S ramp to Toronto
- Merge onto ON-400 S
- Take exit 29 toward Hwy 7/York Regional Rd 7
- Keep right to stay on exit 29 following signs for ON-7/Regional Road 7
- Turn right onto Hwy 7/York Regional Rd 7 following signs for ON-7 W/Regional Road 7 W
- Turn left onto Weston Rd/York Regional Rd 56 following signs for Weston Road/Regional Road 56
- Turn left toward Old Weston Rd
- Turn right
- Destination will be on the left