Allstate tried to cut off auto insurance sales to drivers in Brampton, lawsuit claims
An Ontario woman is taking one of the province’s biggest insurance providers to court, alleging she was fired for pushing back on the company’s “discriminatory” effort to stop selling plans to drivers who live in Brampton.
One of the country’s largest insurers has found itself in hot water after a former agent accused it of refusing to sell auto insurance to residents in Brampton, a community in southern Ontario with a large population of visible minorities.
Social Media and Facebook, A Dangerous Mix
Social media, including Facebook, Instagram and to a lesser extent, Twitter are pervasive in our current society. Worldwide there are over 2.27 billion monthly active Facebook users. There are over 19.6 million active Facebook users in Canada – that is 53%, more than half of every person in Canada.
Ismail v. Fleming, 2018 ONSC 6615 (CanLII)
This was a trial on damages for a motor vehicle accident which occurred in 2009, as liability had been admitted. The trial began on October 1, 2018 and continued until October 31, 2018, at which time the trial judge, Justice Leach, declared a mistrial.
A2J Round-Up 2018 – and some wishes for Santa
The courts were originally created to protect citizens from the overreach of the State. Over time, they evolved into a forum for the contestation of claims between individuals, and eventually, corporations and institutions.