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By Brian Sunohara
In Kahlon v. ACE INA Insurance, 2019 ONCA 774, the Ontario Court of Appeal held that a commercial truck driver was not entitled to underinsured coverage from either his personal automobile insurer or a fleet insurer.
By Jocelyn-Rose Brogan
When the evidence in a personal injury action suggests that one or more of the parties may have been working when the accident occurred, insurers and defence counsel should ask themselves, is the action ripe for a Right to Sue Application?
By Colleen Mackeigan
Discovery can sometimes make or break a case. There has been discussion of increasing the monetary limit of the Ontario Small Claims Court from $25,000 to $50,000.
By Stephen G. Ross
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently dismissed an appeal brought by the plaintiff, Catalyst Capital Group Inc., which stemmed from a series of lawsuits arising from the plaintiff's attempted purchase of Wind Mobile Group ...
By David M. Rogers
The purpose is to ensure commercial drivers are driving within their daily limits and are accurately logging their working hours behind the wheel.
By Tom Macmillan
It comes as no surprise to the public that individuals with certain terminal conditions are denied life insurance altogether.
By Dana L. Eichler
One of these noted essential provisions is that the plaintiffs continue their action, but limit their claim to the non-settling defendants several liability.
By Carol-Anne Wyseman
What follows is a brief summary of the decision in Farrugia v. Ahmadi, 2019 ONSC 4261, and the issues addressed.
By Brian Sunohara
In Cheeseman et al v. Credit Valley Hospital et al, 2019 ONSC 4996, the court examined four issues in relation to a jury trial.
By Brian Sunohara
Expert witnesses, especially those with little experience testifying in court, do not always appreciate their duties.
By Stephen G. Ross, Brian Sunohara, Meryl Rodrigues
A decision released by the Ontario Court of Appeal provides some helpful guidance on the use of surveillance at trial.
By Brian Sunohara
A thorough understanding of hearsay is important for all litigators.
By Brian Sunohara
Strict compliance with an insurance policy is not necessarily required for an insured to recover under the policy.
By Brian Sunohara
At the same time, lawyers are not required to present a disinterested account of the law.
By Kevin Adams
In Stegenga v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, the plaintiff brought a court action seeking damages related to the administration of her accident benefits claim based on alleged bad faith, negligence and fraud ...