Glen Bushi

Glen Bushi

Glen volunteered as a caseworker and then got promoted to litigator at the Community Legal Aid in Windsor. He also worked as a Research Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing class, and partook in the Peer Mentorship program at the University of Windsor, where he assisted first year law students deal with the challenges of law school.

Glen was awarded the Samia Rose Shaheen Memorial Award in Legal Writing and the McTague Law Firm LLP Award.

Interests: Playing Basketball and Soccer, reading political science and international relations books.

Landry v. Dos Penedos, 2019 ONSC 1554

In this case, the Plaintiff was involved in two motor vehicle accidents. The first accident caused mostly soft tissue injuries to the Plaintiff, while the second collision caused serious injuries.

MacPherson v. Samuel, 2020 ONSC 2849

This action arose from a serious back injury suffered by the Plaintiff, George MacPherson, on May 15, 2012, when he fell off the roof of the home of one of the Defendants, Sylvia Marie-Louise Samuel.

Ontario Corporation Number 1009329 (Enterprise Rent-A-Car) v. Intact Insurance Company, 2019 ONCA 916

Ms. Adi Perets was involved in a motor vehicle collision while she was driving a rental vehicle from the Appellant in this case, Enterprise Rental Car (Enterprise).

17-000835 v. Aviva General Insurance Canada, 2018 CanLII 83520 (ON LAT)

After exhausting the $3,500 monetary limit available under the Minor Injury Guidelines, Aviva denied his claims for further treatment, arguing that the chronic pain that the Applicant developed does not entitle him to any additional benefits beyond the MIG limits.

T. K. vs. Allstate Insurance, 2019 ONLAT 18-007113/AABS

The Licence Appeal Tribunal (“the LAT”) has determined that it does not have the power nor jurisdiction to award interim benefits pursuant to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule – Effective September 1, 2010 (the ”Schedule”).