Unfortunately, many a person injured in a motor vehicle accident is familiar with at least one denial of statutory accident benefits (“SABs”).
Posts Categorized: Liability
By Laura Pearce If you own a dog you might be surprised to learn that you are automatically considered legally responsible if your dog injures another person – whether or not the dog does so unexpectedly or because it was provoked, and even if you did nothing wrong. The Ontario Dog Owners’ Liability Act imposes… Read more »
By Laura Pearce If you have property, such as land, a home, a business, or even a rented apartment, you have certain legal responsibilities when it comes to visitors or other people on your property. The term “occupier” is used in Ontario to refer to a person who owns property, has physical possession of property,… Read more »
There are situations where your car insurance may cover treatment for a slip and fall injury. Such treatment is available if the operation or use of a motor vehicle was a direct cause of the impairment received from the fall. In the Wawanesa v. Webb, Ms. Webb parked her car away from a plowed access… Read more »