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Echelon General Insurance Company v. Ontario (Minister of Finance), 2016 ONSC 5019

This was an appeal of a preliminary award in which the arbitrator determined that an insurer’s policy had expired prior to the collision in question. The issue on appeal was whether an improperly cancelled policy remained in force.

Schaefer v Ayeneababa, 2016 ONSC 3673 (CanLII)

Skunk v. Ketash, 2016 ONSC 2019

Defendant insurer brings summary judgment motion on UMC coverage for car taken without consent. Owner of car’s husband injured as a passenger in the stolen car. Justice Newton finds person who took vehicle without consent is an “inadequately insured motorist” under OPCF 44. Defendant’s motion dismissed.

Lica v. Dhaliwal, 2015 ONSC 3888 (CanLII)

Released July 29, 2015 | CanLII The Plaintiff commenced an action against the Defendants after sustaining injuries in a motor vehicle accident. State Farm Mutual Insurance Company (“State Farm”) denied coverage to the Defendants and had itself added as a statutory third party in the action, but refused to provide detailed information as to why it denied coverage. The Plaintiff sought an order requiring State …

Dale Cox and Aviva Canada Inc., FSCO A13-012588

Released July 3, 2015 | Full Decision The Applicant was riding his bicycle in Burlington, Ontario, when an unidentified vehicle struck either him or his bike and he fell to the ground. The vehicle did not stop and there were no known witnesses. The Applicant’s bicycle was damaged to the point that he could not ride it home. The damage was seen by his wife and his brother-in-law. …

Ontario Passes New Laws for Safer Roads: Can Motorists, Cyclists, and Pedestrians coexist in harmony?

With the beautiful weather now upon us, there is no shortage of summer fun to be enjoyed in communities across the province. Whether it’s taking in the long anticipated Pan Am Games, attending summer festivals or just out for a good time, the reality is that more motorists, cyclists and pedestrians will be out in droves sharing the roads. However, this inevitable coexistence between motorists, …