At Trial, anything can happen. That includes losing your lawsuit. In this case, losing at Trial means that the husband/wife Plaintiffs are required to pay $100,000 to the Defendant: McNamee v. Oickle, 2020 ONSC 5078 (CanLII). My Canlii commentary on… Read More »Losing at Trial: $100,000 Payable by Plaintiffs to Defendant
pain and suffering
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.