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No Reasonable Inference = No Causation
This action arises from a fall that occurred on January 14, 2014 on common property owned by the defendant Strata Plan LMS2286 (the "Strata"). Strata retained the defendant Markic Development & Restoration Ltd ("Markic") to perform some remediation work on its premises.
Canada
27 Jun 2019
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Put Up A Sign!
On December 31, 2013, the plaintiff, Kathryn Owens, had a slip and fall outside the Blue Canoe Waterfront Restaurant (the "Restaurant"), in Stevenson, BC, while walking on the boardwalk adjacent to its entrance.
Canada
5 Jun 2019
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No Skirting Of Responsibility
While at the Bramalea City Centre Mall with her mom and siblings, the plaintiff (a minor) fell backwards on an upward moving escalator.
Canada
26 Apr 2019
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Mann V Jeffersen: No Objective Injury? You Better Be Credible!
This decision arises from a motor vehicle accident that occurred on February 8, 2011. The trial took place in January 2019 before Trimble J. After the jury retired to deliberate,
Canada
25 Mar 2019
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Causation: More Than A Bump In The Road
The Plaintiff suffered injuries after tripping on a speed bump in a parking lot owned by the Defendant.
Canada
24 Jan 2019
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It Was Obvious!
This case involves an accident at QK Fitness ("QK") when the plaintiff, Fatemeh Hosseinkhani (the "plaintiff"), tripped and fell on a dumbbell during a gym class.
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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A Tale Of Two Brothers & The Ceeps
The Defendant, Ceeps-Barneys Limited ("the Ceeps"), is a popular pub / sports bar beloved by students of Western University (past and present).
Canada
14 Nov 2018
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The Thin Yellow Line: Are Remedial Steps Determinative?
The Supreme Court of British Columbia granted the City its motion for summary judgment in an action commenced by an elderly Plaintiff who sustained a slip and fall injury.
Canada
8 Aug 2018
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The Duty To Defend: Pleadings, Pleadings, Pleadings!
An application was brought under rule 14.05(3)(d) of the Rules of Civil Procedure to determine rights that depend on contract interpretation.
Canada
8 Aug 2018
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Mind The Gap: Walk Backwards At Your Own Risk
This action was brought against the Village of Kaslo (B.C.) by a plaintiff who sustained damages after falling down an embankment off Water Street (an unpaved alleyway).
Canada
20 Jul 2018
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Red Card! - ONCA Confirms Summary Judgment In Soccer Assault
As the quarter-final round of the World Cup is happening, the Ontario Court of Appeal saw fit to release a decision about an altercation that occurred in the middle of a soccer game
Canada
12 Jul 2018
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Summary Judgment Motions: Watch Your Step
The Plaintiff's claim in Walsh v. Papadopoulos arose as a result of a fall that occurred on the basement stairway of a home owned by the Defendant, Antonio Pirone.
Canada
4 Jul 2018
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Jump, Jump – Just Not Off Concrete Walls!
The recent Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta appeal decision in Hache v. Western Edmonton Mall Property Inc. sheds some light on occupiers' liability claims in Ontario.
Canada
3 Jul 2018
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Mediation: What's It Gonna Cost You
At the end of the seven-day trial in Belleville, the parties could not agree on costs.
Canada
13 Jun 2018
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No Substance No Judgment
The plaintiff's claim relates to a slip and fall that occurred, in a washroom, at Casino Rama on February 16, 2015.
Canada
8 Jun 2018
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Slide At Your Own Risk
The Ontario Court of Appeal's recent decision in Martin v. Barrie (City) reaffirms that, in occupiers' liability cases, the applicable standard is not one of perfection, but of reasonableness.
Canada
5 Jun 2018
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Sometimes A Watch Is Just A Cellphone
A recent Ontario Court of Justice case brings to light a new distracted driving concern – Apple wrist watches. Ms. Ambrose was convicted of "drive hand-held communication device" – really, distracted driving ...
Canada
1 Jun 2018
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When You Point A [SJ Motion] Finger, Three Point Back At You
In January 2012, the plaintiff was walking along the sidewalk in front of a newly built home when she allegedly tripped over the bottom of a construction fence that was covered in snow and fell into a depression...
Canada
24 May 2018
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C'mon Join The Joyride
The Supreme Court of Canada has weighed in on the duty of care owed by a business that stores vehicles to someone who is injured following the theft of a vehicle.
Canada
16 May 2018
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(Not So) Long Gone: Court Of Appeal Finds Resigned Employee Entitled To LTD Coverage
On April 19, 2018 the Ontario Court of Appeal reversed the trial decision in MacIvor v Pitney Bowes, finding that the LTD policy in question covers claims that arise during the course of an employee's employment, ...
Canada
9 May 2018
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