liability Tag Archives

Liability Waivers: Can You Still Sue?

Many companies require their patrons to sign a liability waiver before they can partake in the proffered activity. By signing a liability waiver, you are agreeing to give up your right to sue should you be injured during the activity. If you are injured during the activity, there are certain circumstances in which the courts have found waivers unenforceable…

Tuffnail v. Meekes 2020 ONCA 340

This recent Court of Appeal decision addresses issues related to underinsured automobile coverage, joint liability and subrogation under the OPCF 44R (Ontario Policy Change Form 44R — Family Protection Coverage endorsement).

Robertson v. Bouclair (2019)

The Defendant brought a Motion in this product liability case seeking to commence a Third-Party Claim against the manufacturer nearly two years after the Statement of Claim was issued.

What is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

If you have been injured by the negligence of another, you may be wondering about the value of your case. This is particularly so if your injuries are preventing you from working or involve extraordinary medical expenses.

Dog Bite Attacks: What is the Settlement Worth?

Canine aggression is a difficult subject to accurately predict. Many different factors come into play including the health and biology of the dog, the training and treatment by the owners, and environmental conditions that “teach” a dog to apply certain behaviors.

Kosoian v. Société de transport de Montréal, 2019 SCC 59

This case addresses when officers may be held civilly liable, and in so doing, outlines a number of general legal principles relevant to assessing officer negligence.