Monthly Archives: October 2005

Plaintiff’s Lack of Credibility Taints Evidence of Medical Experts

In a decision released this afternoon, Mr Justice Geoffrey Morawetz dismissed a personal injury action alleged to have arisen from a motor vehicle accident. He found that the plaintiff had not established that her injuries met the threshold. His rather … Continue reading

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Insurer of a leased vehicle is entitled to subrogated against a driver who operates the vehicle without the proper licence

The Superior Court of Justice has held that an insurer of a leased vehicle is entitled to subrogated against a driver who operates the vehicle without the proper licence. In Certas v. Strifler, the policy was issued to the lessee … Continue reading

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Two new decisions deal with “Privilege”

Two Superior Court decisions released this afternoon contain some interesting observations with respect to the law of privilege. (Admittedly, some of our subscribers might quarrel with the juxtaposition of the adjective, “interesting”, with the phrase, “law of privilege”.) Before we … Continue reading

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