October 5, 2015

The BC court recently reviewed the issue of liability for personal injuries and stag parties including issues of provocation and self-defence. Scott Stanley and Jeffrey Nieuwenburg were counsel for the Plaintiff Joshua Robinson who sustained a significant brain injury after being shoved by a prospective bride groom who was returning from a stag party at the time of the incident.

See Jason Proctor’s story on the case for CBC News:  Bachelor party ball and chain teasing ends in $553K bill for groom

Read the Reasons for Judgment in Robinson v. Bud’s Bar Inc.

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