November 12, 2015

Matthew Van Nostrand

Pedestrian Liability

It’s that time of year again in BC – the clocks have been turned back and, for most of us, it’s dark on our commute home. It’s also raining frequently, and soon to be snowing, depending on where you live. This impacts both visibility and braking. For pedestrians, this can…

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March 19, 2014

Kevin Gourlay

Parking lots aren’t places of safety; future care claims

The Court of Appeal released reasons today in Russell v. Parks, 2014 BCCA 104, overturning the trial judge’s apportionment of liability and awarding future care costs that had been refused. The plaintiff was hit by the defendant’s vehicle in a Cranbrook strip mall parking lot.  He had stepped over a small…

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April 10, 2013

Murphy Battista

Infant Insurance Claims – Deadlines for accident benefits are shorter than limitation periods on claims for damages where children are concerned

When pursuing an insurance claim, it is important to stay aware of any deadlines that could seriously hamper your ability to receive fair compensation. At times, these deadlines can be difficult for an injured party to navigate. This is particularly true in cases where a child has been injured in…

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