Aviva launches subscription product to rebuild trust in ‘unfair’ insurance market
Aviva is launching what it claims is an industry-first subscription product as it looks to rebuild trust in an insurance industry it says is inherently “unfair” and has failed to reward customer loyalty.
Injured and at fault — now what?
“Bascially, there are three components to a successful claim — causation, liability and damages,” he tells AdvocateDaily.com
. “And in order to be compensated, all three don’t all have to line up perfectly. However, there does need to be some connection between them.”
After The Event Insurance: Who Gets The Proceeds? Peter B. Cozzi Professional Corporation v. Szot, 2019 ONSC 1274
These applications arose as a result of an underlying action brought by Quoc Nguyen (“Nguyen”), through his litigation guardian, against Jerzy Szot (“Szot”) for injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident. Nguyen was represented by Peter Cozzi. At trial, Szot was found liable for the accident, however, the damages awarded did not exceed the statutory deductible, nor did Nguyen’s injuries breach threshold. As a result, Nguyen was ordered to pay Szot $161,790 in costs.
Montreal will reduce speed limits to make streets safer for pedestrians
The City of Montreal is launching a wide-reaching plan with the goal of eliminating pedestrian and cyclist deaths.