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  • Court’s In Session

    SCJ’s expanded virtual court operations and Corbett J. guidelines for remote hearings as set out in Ontario v. Ontario Association of Midwives, 2020 ONSC To protect all court users during the COVID-19 crisis, all but urgent hearings in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (SCJ) were suspended, effe … Read more »

  • SNOW…AND ICE, ICE, BABY

    All right, stop, collaborate and listen… Snow arrived much earlier than many of us expected. It isn’t 12 Inches of Snow just yet, but it is a seasonal reminder to many AB claims examiners that a flurry of OCF-1s may soon appear on their desks. Consider this blog posting your Informer about snow, ice … Read more »

  • Wait – Let Me Grab My Purse!

    In the recent LAT decision of S.B. and Aviva, a woman who sustained injuries after retrieving her purse from her car, closing the door, and then falling to ground did NOT meet the definition of “accident” as defined in the SABS. Instead the applicant’s fall in this case was considered to be an “inte … Read more »

  • How long has that been leaking?

    Ontario’s Court of Appeal recently addressed the issue of “discoverability” in a contractor negligence and public health authority claim. In Presley v. Van Dusen, 2019 ONCA 66, the homeowners retained a contractor to install a septic system in 2010.  After the installation was completed and approved … Read more »

  • Homeowners, Distributors and Contractors – Plenty of Blame to Go Around in Spill Case

    The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal of a fuel supplier found 40% at fault in a case involving the discharge of 500 litres of fuel oil from two indoor residential tanks. The oil leaked into the soil underneath and around the house and ultimately made its way into a nearby lake. Remediation c … Read more »