Why this claimant cannot sue over auto collision
A motorist should have known he was listed by his insurer as an excluded driver, an Ontario court has ruled.
To repair, or not to repair?
Imagine Canada’s auto insurance industry saving millions of dollars each year in total loss costs and passing that along to Canadian drivers in the form of premium decreases. And all by simply reducing total loss cycle times by a week. How can the industry do this?
Furtive looks, nervousness, hesitation: How nonverbal communication influences the justice system
Pauses in answers, body movements, elusive or angry looks, confusion, anxiety — the facial expressions and gestures made by witnesses matter in court. Conclusions about the credibility of witnesses can hang on their nonverbal behaviour.
Housing Needs Assessment Subject to SABs $2000 limit – 17-006934 RG v State Farm Insurance, 2019 CanLII 18340 (ON LAT)
The parties have asked LAT to decide whether home accessibility and alternative housing assessments are subject to the $2,000.00 cap placed on assessments and examinations under Schedule. RG was involved in a car accident on January 17, 2009, and she was deemed to be catastrophically impaired by State Farm in February 2012.