Mondaq Canada: Insurance
Langlois lawyers, LLP
As a general rule, a person who has suffered harm can have the person responsible for causing the harm ordered to pay damages by proving fault, harm, and a causal link between the fault and the harm.
Miller Thomson LLP
A recent Ontario Superior Court decision may prompt legislative changes with respect to intentional damage exclusion clauses in homeowner policies in Ontario.
Samis + Company
In the recent decision of M.P. v. Certas Home and Auto Insurance Company, the License Appeal Tribunal has tackled the issue of whether attendant care expenses are incurred where a claimant's "professional" attendant care provider is also a family member.
Stewart McKelvey
Damages for pain and suffering are capped for Nova Scotians who are injured in motor vehicle accidents if their injuries are considered "minor."
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Aviva brought an application for a declaration that Intact had a duty to defend Avondale with respect to the allegations made by the plaintiff.
Matson Driscoll & Damico
We live in a world of Big Data. Petabytes, Zettabytes, Yottabytes of data. The Internet of Things (IoT) increasingly connects day-to-day appliances, machines and equipment with each other.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
In the recent case of Tanious v. The Empire Life Insurance Company, 2017 BCSC 85, the British Columbia Supreme Court awarded special costs equivalent to full indemnification of the plaintiff's litigation costs...
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
This is one of a series of newsletters that the Condominium Law Group at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP will be providing to our condominium industry contacts as changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 are implemented.
Theall Group LLP
Having found that the clause was ambiguous, the Court moved on to apply the general rules of contract construction.
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
XL Catlin announced that it is now offering environmental contractors and consultants the option to add "rectification expense" coverage to XL Catlin's professional and pollution legal liability insurance products.
Miller Thomson LLP
Any fool with $250 and a typewriter can sue anybody. In my own practice I have seen a structural engineer sued over building envelope defects, a mechanical engineer sued over structural defects...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The Automobile Insurance Act in Québec provides that where bodily injury was suffered in an accident, meaning any event in which damage is caused by an automobile, the compensation that the victim...
Theall Group LLP
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.
Miller Thomson LLP
In 2016, "cyber" had increased prominence in the minds of organizations and with good reasons.
Miller Thomson LLP
LexisNexis Risk Solutions has released a study on "The Future of Claims: Touchless Claims Study".
Miller Thomson LLP
Insurance coverage, responsibilities and deductibles in condominiums is one of the most complex issues to deal with, in large part because it may be counterintuitive to what people think it should be.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently confirmed that a dispute about the termination of long-term disability ("LTD") benefits could not proceed by way of an action.
Miller Thomson LLP
On February 27, the provincial government released a proposed Regulation, which gives effect to a portion of the changes to the Act made by Bill 106.
Cox & Palmer
In this case, the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal considered the validity and enforceability of a full and final release involving two unrepresented individuals.
McMillan LLP
In Canada, responsibility for lawmaking is shared among the federal government and the governments of 10 provinces and three territories ("provinces").
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McMillan LLP
In Canada, responsibility for lawmaking is shared among the federal government and the governments of 10 provinces and three territories ("provinces").
Torys LLP
The federal budget (Budget 2017) tabled on March 22, 2017 (Budget Day) contains a number of proposed amendments to Canada's Income Tax Act (the Tax Act).
Lerners
PP and DD were set up by a mutual friend in the spring of 2014. They dated for several weeks, during which time PP understood that DD was using birth control and did not intend to conceive a child.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The 2017 Saskatchewan budget delivered by Finance Minister Kevin Doherty increases the provincial sales tax rate from 5% to 6%, effective March 23, 2017.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
In this article, we summarize some of the analysis and key findings of the Report.
McLennan Ross LLP
Life insurance is a familiar product to many of us and can be an element of estate planning that should not be overlooked. It is typically used to either create or preserve wealth and can be used in a variety of ways in structuring an estate plan
Theall Group LLP
Having found that the clause was ambiguous, the Court moved on to apply the general rules of contract construction.
Miller Thomson LLP
Any fool with $250 and a typewriter can sue anybody. In my own practice I have seen a structural engineer sued over building envelope defects, a mechanical engineer sued over structural defects...
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Aviva brought an application for a declaration that Intact had a duty to defend Avondale with respect to the allegations made by the plaintiff.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently confirmed that a dispute about the termination of long-term disability ("LTD") benefits could not proceed by way of an action.
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