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K.K. vs. Aviva General Insurance, 2020 ONLAT 18-012611/AABS

In this case, the insurer was ordered to pay special award for unreasonably held or delayed payment of IRBs after ignoring severity of psychological impairments and reports of its own assessors…

K.H. v. Aviva Insurance Company, 2020 ONTLAT 19-013941/AABS

In this case, Aviva subjected to pay order for unreasonably withheld or delayed payments for having “stubbornly maintained its denial and forced a hearing where it, for the first time post-accident, raised causation issues”…

Pandemic Price Gouging in The Car Insurance Industry

New data reveals that car accidents in Ontario have gone down by more than 56% since Ontario’s State of Emergency was declared on March 17, 2020. How have car insurance companies responded? By increasing Ontarians’ premiums by an average of $30 per policy since the pandemic began.

Saadi v. Silva, 2020 ONSC 6700 (CanLII)

In this case, after a series of early successes by Plaintiffs seeking to strike the jury, the recent decision of Justice Kimmel in Saadi v. Silva, is another in a growing list of cases where such requests have been denied.

Coban v. Declare, 2020 ONSC 5580

In this case, the plaintiffs brought a motion to strike the jury notice and the defendants brought a cross-motion to adjourn the trial because the pandemic has interfered with their ability to obtain responding medical reports…

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.