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HBA Legal
Summary & discussion about recent personal injury case where the applicant was found to have exaggerated symptoms.
Kott Gunning
Recent case reminds landlords that residential premises must be adequately maintained to avoid potential significant losses.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Interesting personal injury case where plaintiff was injured during robbery attempt by her on a taxi driver.
Bartier Perry
The law relating to damages for loss of ability to provide care to others has evolved very quickly and continues to do so.
HBA Legal
For a pre-existing medical condition to be compensable, there must be an incident which caused a change to that condition.
Kott Gunning
An award of damages for pain & suffering will only be considered by the court on a case by case basis. Recent case discussed.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
This recent decision resulted in a victory for an injured cyclist who took evasive action to avoid a reversing driver.
Kott Gunning
In determining an award for general damages a court must take into account the particular circumstances of the plaintiff.
Canada
Siskinds LLP
You've been struck by a car. You have pain in part of your body. You're not yet entirely sure where. Then, yes, okay it's your arm. Your arm hurts.
McCague Borlack LLP
n TD Insurance and Intact Insurance, McCague Borlack LLP's Eric Boate successfully argued that Intact Insurance, not TD insurance...
WeirFoulds LLP
The British Columbia Civil Resolution Tribunal (the "BCCRT") – the equivalent of the Province's Small Claims Court – recently ruled in favour of an air carrier, dismissing a passenger's ...
McLeish Orlando LLP
Rule 30 of the Rules of Civil Procedure sets out the basic obligation on a party to disclose all documents relevant to a matter in issue in the action that are or have been in the party's possession, control or power.
Field LLP
This decision deals with claims of negligence arising out of multiple motor vehicle collisions that occurred during the police pursuit of a vehicle stolen from a car dealership.
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers
This has been the prevailing question from anyone and everyone I have talked with over the last few weeks when discussing back to school planning.
McLeish Orlando LLP
The Superior Court of Justice in Lamb v Co-Operators General Insurance, 2020 ONSC 4955 recently dismissed the motion for summary judgment brought by Co-Operators, the OPCF 44R insurer.
McLeish Orlando LLP
In less than one week, limitations start to run again after a six-month suspension.
Egypt
Youssry Saleh & Partners
In general, each person has a liability for his own acts. If any individual commits a fault, he is liable for it as a consequence of this harmful act or fault and this is called the Rule of Strict Liability.
India
Vimadalal & Co.
The admissibility and reliability of dying declaration of the victim have always been a very debatable aspect for the Courts to opine and to base the conviction of the Accused.
Italy
Giambrone & Partners
One of the hardest things for a medical professional to judge when a person has an accident is the long-term consequences.
Anjarwalla & Khanna
The Work Injury Benefits Act, 2007 (the Act) provides for compensation to employees for workplace injuries and illnesses.
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