Mondaq Canada: Insurance
McCague Borlack LLP
In Kelly v. Guarantee Company of North America, the insured was injured in a motor vehicle accident on April 6, 2009.
McCague Borlack LLP
There can be no doubt that cyberbullying is a new and disturbing development that significantly impacts society these days. In a 2009 General Social Survey, Statistics Canada reported that 7% of adult internet users were cyberbullied.
Torkin Manes LLP
The Court of Appeal on April 26th, 2016, dealt with the enforceability of an Assumption of Defence of Agreement in Seidel v. Town of Markham et al..
Blaney McMurtry LLP
The insured, Telamon Corporation ("Telamon"), is a telecommunications company headquartered in Indiana.
Lerners
In 2012, small and medium sized businesses (businesses with fewer than 500 employees) employed 10 million people, which represent nearly 90% of all employees in Canada.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms, such as mandatory mediation or binding arbitration, are appearing with increasing frequency as an alternative to the traditional litigation process for settling disputes.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal has affirmed that the new fact-finding powers available to judges on summary judgment motions can allow insurers to obtain a dismissal of an executor's action...
Miller Thomson LLP
The issue of whether the recent amendments to Ontario's Insurance Act dealing with the indexation of the statutory deductible to inflation was recently before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice...
Gowling WLG
Michael Luckman: Well after 100 years we've got an entirely new Insurance Act that's going to change the way in which business insurance is going to operate. David Breslin, one of our partners specialising in insurance, is going to take us through some of the detail.
Gowling WLG
Insurance policies offer policy-holders security: the policy-holder pays a premium and in return the insurer agrees to cover the risks outlined in the policy. This coverage is not however automatic.
Gowling WLG
In Bahniwal v. The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia 2016 BCSC 422 the Plaintiff was the owner of a property on which several structures were located.
Miller Thomson LLP
The frequency with which employees rent vehicles for employment purposes is a common occurrence.
Lerners
Court of Appeal decision has confirmed that a man who tripped over a parked motorcycle was involved in an accident under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule.
Lerners
In the recent decision of Kashefi and TD Home & Auto, the Applicant's claims for non-earner and attendant care benefits were dismissed.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Ontario Superior Court has again determined that the statutory deductible, as enacted on August 1, 2015 by O. Reg. 221/15, applies retroactively to claims for non-pecuniary damages awarded in motor vehicle tort claims.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
The BC Supreme Court considered the application of statutory conditions 1 and 4 and a replacement cost endorsement in a homeowners insurance policy.
Lerners
Basandra v. Sforza, a recent decision by the Court of Appeal, revisits the issue of the deductibility of no-fault accident benefits from an award for tort damages.
Lerners
In the recent decision of Machaj v. RBC General Insurance Company, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that the denial of the status of catastrophic impairment does not amount to a denial of a benefit.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
In 2015, American and Canadian courts released a number of decisions of interest to fidelity claims professionals.
Miller Thomson LLP
Implementation of internal firewalls between accident benefits and bodily injury departments has been a struggle for automobile insurers since the publication of the Insurance Bureau of Canada's Bulletin 184.
Most Popular Recent Articles
Grant Thornton
New tax rules for life insurance policies will become effective on January 1, 2017.
McCague Borlack LLP
This article is intended to serve as a brief update on two topics that we focused on in our previous papers: Uber and autonomous vehicles.
Lerners
As technology continues to advance, it is important that security measures implemented by companies keep pace to protect against possible threats and exposure to cyber liability.
Miller Thomson LLP
The use of marijuana for certain medical purposes has been legal in Canada for approximately 15 years.
McCague Borlack LLP
In August of 2015, the Ontario government proposed significant amendments to the province's no-fault automobile benefits regime, effective June 1, 2016.
Clark Wilson LLP
In a recent BCSC decision ICBC was found guilty of malicious prosecution after ICBC wrongfully accused a new immigrant of making fraudulent insurance claims.
Lerners
Basandra v. Sforza, a recent decision by the Court of Appeal, revisits the issue of the deductibility of no-fault accident benefits from an award for tort damages.
Miller Thomson LLP
On March 30, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada heard argument in the appeal of the Alberta Court of Appeal's decision in Ledcor v Northbridge Indemnity Insurance Company.
Lerners
In the recent decision of Kashefi and TD Home & Auto, the Applicant's claims for non-earner and attendant care benefits were dismissed.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal has affirmed that a contractual condition within an insurance contract imposing a limitation period of 1 year will override the statutory two-year limitation period found within the Limitations Act, 2002.
Article Search Using Filters
Related Topics
Mondaq Advice Centre (MACs)
Popular Authors
Popular Contributors
Up-coming Events Search
Tools
Font Size:
Translation
Channels
Mondaq on Twitter
Partners
In association with