My recent Canlii.org commentary on the Ontario Superior Court of Justice case of Lamb v. Co-operators General Insurance Co., 2020 ONSC 4955 (CanLII), entitled: No Hit-and-Run Insurance for You…Failing to Photograph the Car Who Hit You!
Ontario Car Accident
Non-pecuniary claim was dismissed. My latest case commentary, found on Canlii, on the Noori v. Liu case: Threshold Motion: Pedestrian Was 8 Months Pregnant (non-pec claim dismissed)
Case Summary: McNamee v. Oickle, 2020 ONSC 1380 (CanLII), – John’s Case McNamee v. Oickle, 2020 ONSC 2371 (CanLII), – Catharine’s Case In Ontario, when you are hurt in a car accident, you can claim pain and suffering damages for… Read More »Pain and Suffering from Car Accident? Claims Denied.
Case Summary: Moxam v. Anderson, 2020 ONSC 4173 This 2012 car accident came up for a summary judgment motion in March, 2020. This is a dispute between the two vehicles, only, which means that it was the two insurers were arguing… Read More »Hockey Dad With Right of Way is Hit by Car Facing Stop Sign: Summary Judgment Motion Succeeds