<Example of how the damages can be assessed when tortfeasor’s liability is admitted> -Tortfeasors are not liable in an action in Ontario for damages for expenses that have been incurred or will be incurred for health care resulting from bodily injury arising directly or indirectly from the use or operation of the automobile unless, as … Read More

<Contributory Negligence> MVA client’s spouse (Karen Brown) was awarded damages under s. 61 of the Family Law Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.3. However, certain damages can be reduced by 32.5 per cent or more if the jury found Mr. Brown (driver) to be contributorily negligent.

MVA that occurred as a result of damaged pavement on the highway – May 1, 2022

The client: “The car accident occurred in the area of highway and shoulder where the asphalt had broken away from the pavement.” Our Legal Services: “Ontario Provincial Police, although aware of the condition of the highway, did nothing to warn drivers as to unsafe condition.” Our Legal Services: “You can claim not only the accident … Read More