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Car stolen from dealership involved in three collisions causing injuries – dealership 15% liable; plaintiff not contributorily negligent
Murphy Battista
September 19, 2017

Car stolen from dealership involved in three collisions causing injuries – dealership 15% liable; plaintiff not contributorily negligent

In the recent and highly unusual case of Provost v. Bolton, 2017 BCSC 1608, Murphy Battista’s Alex Sayn-Wittgenstein and Paul Bosco represented the plaintiff, Richmond RCMP Corporal Quinn Provost, for injuries sustained when a stolen vehicle hit his cruiser during a high-speed chase. Why the case is important This case illustrates that commercial enterprises may…

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