Monthly Archives: September 2004

“Victims’ Bill of Rights” Not Applied in MVA Case

Ever heard of the Victims’ Bill of Rights? Neither had counsel for the plaintiff in Pilon v. Janveaux, an action arising out of a 1993 MVA. One of the provisions in that Act can have a big effect on awards … Continue reading

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SABS Insurer Examination Doesn’t Preclude IME

Ottawa Case Management Master Robert Beaudoin recently clarified the law relating to the effect that an insurer examination under the SABS has on the right to an IME under s. 105 of the Courts of Justice Act .In La Forest … Continue reading

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