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Case Summary: Heuring v Smith
The Court assessed liability between a Plaintiff who failed to stop at a stop sign and the driver of a vehicle who did not clearly see the cyclist as a result of a "blind spot" created by a pillar in his vehicle...
Canada
9 Nov 2018
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Case Summary: Woitas v. Tremblay
Drivers of vehicles which manage to stop without collision will not be negligent.
Canada
29 Aug 2018
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Six Circles Of Hell: Priority Among Insurers In An Alberta Rental/Leased Vehicle Claim
Accidents involving rental/leased vehicles give rise to overlapping insurance coverage situations. The rental/leasing company will have an owner's policy covering it and anyone driving with its consent.
Canada
10 Aug 2018
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Case Summary: R v Shah
On the evening of January 17, 2016, Shah was flying a drone recreationally in a park in Northeast Calgary, south of a Calgary International Airport runway.
Canada
18 Dec 2017
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US Drone Registry is Shot Down
In response to the proliferation of recreational drones in American skies, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced a rule known as the "Registration Rule" in 2015.
Canada
9 Jun 2017
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An Owner May Lend A Vehicle With A Valid Prohibition Against Lending It To A Third Party
Sonex Construction entrusted its truck to its employee Garrioch.
Canada
11 Apr 2017
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Interim Canadian Drone Rules Launched
As the recreational and commercial use of drones expands, the calls for a regulatory framework have grown louder.
Canada
22 Mar 2017
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Drone Patents
Other innovations are squarely within Amazon's core competencies of order fulfillment. Another recently issued patent seeks to protect drones from being hacked and rerouted en route.
Canada
4 Jan 2017
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The Wild West: Drone Laws And Privacy In Canada
'Drones' were first known by the military as unmanned aerial vehicles, and later by the International Civil Aviation Organization as remotely piloted aircraft systems.
Canada
23 Sep 2016
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"Dependent Relative" In An SEF 44 Policy Requires Proof Of Financial Dependence
The plaintiffs Gurchet Singh Bilg ("Gurchet"), Harkamal Singh Rasode ("Harkamal") and Sukhsimrit Singh ("Suksimrit") were injured in a motor vehicle accident and commenced an action against the drivers/owners of the other vehicle.
Canada
11 Mar 2016
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Future CPP Benefits Fall Under The Definition Of "Any Policy Of Insurance" And Are Therefore Deductible From Amounts Payable By SEF 44 Insurers
The respondent was involved in a motor vehicle collision and commenced an action under the SEF 44 endorsement in his insurance policy for actual damages that exceeded the amount of payment by the tortfeasor in the settled claim.
Canada
11 Mar 2016
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Diminished Value - Recent Court Decisions Reveal A Changing Landscape In Alberta On Determining How Much A Vehicle Involved In An Accident Is Worth
Diminished value claims are based on the notion that a vehicle that has been in an accident is not worth as much as a similar vehicle that has not been involved in an accident.
Canada
20 Jan 2015
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