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Professional Negligence
Bogoroch & Associates LLP
Clients often ask how long it will take for their personal injury or medical malpractice case to be finished.
Bogoroch & Associates LLP
Patients have the right to expect that their healthcare providers will provide them with sufficient, reasonable, and thoughtful medical care.
Bogoroch & Associates LLP
The hallmark of our firm is our extensive litigation experience, our persistence, our determination, and our unwavering dedication and commitment to our clients.
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, and the restrictions surrounding self-isolation, quarantine, and physical distancing remain in place, many Manitobans are frustrated by the inability to leave their homes, ...
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
In 1688782 Ontario Inc. v. Maple Leaf Foods Inc. (Maple Leaf Foods),1 the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) revisited the ability to recover for claims constituting pure economic loss.
Rogers Partners LLP
In Baig v. Mississauga, 2020 ONCA 697, the Court of Appeal recently upheld a summary judgment finding that a man who fell off his bicycle and injured himself in 2013 was barred from suing...
McLennan Ross LLP
Historically, pure economic loss – economic losses unconnected to personal injuries or property damage – was not recoverable by a claimant in a negligence action.
Bennett Jones LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada has clarified the scope of manufacturers' potential liability under the law of negligence to the retailers of their products for "pure economic losses"—lost profits, lost sales, and reputational harm ...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
In its recent judgment dated 20/10/2020, the District Court of Limassol ruled on the commonly misinterpreted concept of limitation in actionable torts and in particular in medical negligence cases, ...
Resolution Law Firm
The Medical and Dental Practitioners Act (the Act) 2004 is the principal law regulating the medical profession in Nigeria.
Leigh Day
The diabetic woman, who we have called Lydia, was treated for the removal of kidney stones, but an underlying condition was missed.
Leigh Day
The woman, who we have called Margaret to protect her identity, suffered further problems when the tear was not promptly diagnosed and more difficulties resulted.
Butcher & Barlow
Fatal Accidents Act 1976 (Remedial) Order 2020 came into force on 6th October 2020. Our head of Personal Dispute Resolution, Greg Porter, explains the effect this has on the rights of family members
Hill Dickinson
Acknowledge receipt of the coroner's request for evidence.
Hill Dickinson
Inquests are held in a separate jurisdiction to civil claims and, by statute, coroners (and inquest juries) are prohibited from making findings of negligence.
Hill Dickinson
If a death is reported to the coroner, or indeed not reported to a coroner, and subsequent medical evidence (perhaps years later) suggests there was negligence, what are the obligations on the trust in terms of going back to/to the coroner?
Hill Dickinson
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Maguire [2020] EWCA Civ 738 addressed whether the state's procedural obligations under Article 2 of the ECHR were triggered where a care home resident, whose liberty was restricted ...
Hill Dickinson
Over the years, there has been a gradual rise in the role of the pharmacist in patient care in both the hospital and community setting and more recently in the primary care setting.
United States
Butler Snow LLP
Automobile insurance is a tricky thing, and it's safe to say many don't fully understand what their insurance coverage actually means.
Reed Smith
Uncertainty plagues American litigation and accounts for the frequent analogy to a lottery. The same case tried before two different juries will produce two very different results.
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