Lawyers for injured plaintiffs are hopeful that a recent change to clarify the requirement for insurers to pay HST over and above accident benefit limits will increase compliance with the law and allow individuals to preserve room in their benefit entitlement, says London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent. See the full article on AdvocatesDaily.com
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Proposed legislation that will require individuals to bring claims within 10 days for injuries sustained on private property as a result of negligent snow or ice removal has the potential to bar innocent accident victims from recovering for their losses, says Maia Bent. See the full article on AdvocateDaily.com
On June 14, London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will share her insights on how to structure and execute effective examinations, via a live webinar presented by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA). Full details on AdvocateDaily.com
A garage owner should not be held responsible for the terrible injuries a teen suffered when he and a friend stole a car from his lot and crashed it in a “tragic set of events,” the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday. London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent, counsel for the injured passenger, tells AdvocateDaily.com […]
On April 19, London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will co-chair the full-day Accident Benefits Spring Symposium, presented by Canadian Defence Lawyers. See full details on AdvocateDaily.com
‘You need to be aware it’s out there’. It seems to me that the zone of privacy is getting smaller. In a recent string of judgments, injured plaintiffs have been ordered to turn over material despite the fact it was posted to social media behind privacy walls. In a recent Law Times article I discuss the trend […]
On June 12, 2018 join me along with Duncan Embury, Neinstein LLP and moderator Daniela Pacheco (WTLC Section Chair), Neinstein LLP for an OTLA webinar entitled “Structure and Execute Effective Examinations“. For more information and how to register visit the website.
Although no cases have been decided under the new definition of catastrophic impairment (CAT) at the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT), a number of matters recently adjudicated under the old definition do provide some guidance in a number of areas, read the full article on AdvocateDaily.com.
After their toddler suffered a blow to the head and died in their arms, the devastated parents turned to the police for help. Read full article on LFPress.com