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By Lawrence Theall, Shaun Hashim
Ontario's two year limitation period often becomes a trap for unwary policy holders who suffer a property loss.
By Melissa Wright
The recent costs endorsement in Hoang v. The Personal Insurance Co.
By Camille Dunbar
In Coachman Insurance Co. v. Kraft, a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court, the Court found that "use" of a "motorized vehicle" in a homeowner's policy exclusion includes the conduct...
By Melissa Wright
The Ontario Court of Appeal's recent decision in G & P Procleaners and General Contractors Inc. v. Gore Mutual Insurance Co.
By Camille Dunbar
Having found that the clause was ambiguous, the Court moved on to apply the general rules of contract construction.
By Dylan Cox
A recent Ontario case illustrates the complex nature of insurance law. It also demonstrates what can happen when a party to a coverage claim fails to have the proper advice on coverage issues.
By Lawrence Theall, Shaun Hashim
The Supreme Court of Canada has released its much-anticipated decision in Ledcor Construction Ltd. v. Northbridge Indemnity Insurance Co.
By Dylan Cox
The ONCA recently limited the application of a "delay" exclusion where damages awarded against the insured arose from two concurrent causes, notwithstanding that one of these causes was excluded from coverage.
By Camille Dunbar
A stout, upholstered chair may, at first blush, seem innocuous. It's easy to ignore the warnings often recited by parents and teachers to sit property when rocking back and forth on a chair's legs.
By Shaun Hashim
Even for those who purchase and install products, compliance with statutory regulation is a must.
By Shaun Hashim
Many all-risks insurance policies exclude damage caused by a contractor's faulty workmanship. The breadth of these "faulty workmanship" exclusions vary considerably.
By Brandon Stewart
In Dams v. TD Home and Auto Insurance Company, 2016 ONCA 4, the Ontario Court of Appeal continued its trend of liberalizing relief from forfeiture...
By Camille Dunbar
The events that led to the dispute in this case began on a snowy day in the Regional Municipality of Durham
By Shaun Hashim
In Hoang v. Vincentini, the Ontario Court of Appeal ordered an insurer to yield control over the defence of its insured and pay for the insured's independent counsel.
By Shaun Hashim
An insurer's duty to defend an action against its insured is triggered by the mere possibility that a claim could be made under the insured's policy.