Is the SABs unconstitutional – Sovereign General Insurance Company and Abdirahman Abyan and Insurance Bureau of Canada Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and Attorney General of Ontario
Sovereign General Insurance Company appeals the order of Arbitrator Drory dated September 14, 2017. The Arbitrator found that two provisions of the SABS–2010 were unconstitutional, namely the definition of “minor injury” insofar as it includes chronic pain arising from minor injuries, and the requirement for a pre-accident condition to be documented in order to escape the effects of the “minor injury” definition.
Implied or explicit consent needed for vicarious liability
Car owners must have given consent to another driver’s use of the vehicle before they can be held liable for that person’s negligence, Toronto personal injury lawyer Gary Will
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EXCLUSIVE: changes proposed to OHIP coverage
Big changes are being proposed to healthcare coverage in Ontario as the provincial government is looking to find half a billion dollars worth of savings from within OHIP, CityNews has learned.
2.5 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury annually
Brain injuries have been in the spotlight in recent years, and for good reason. Concussion diagnosis is on the rise in the United States.Increasing 43 percent from 2010 to 2015.