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, the defendants brought a motion for a declaration that the plaintiff’s injuries did not...

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.   She sued QK for negligence.  QK successfully brought a motion for summary judgment to dismiss the...

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.   The applicant was National Gallery of Canada (“National Gallery”) and the respondents Lafleur de la Capitale (“Lafleur”) and...

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.  The plaintiff did not notice that the floor was wet, as she entered the washroom, but admitted she did notice a custodian and a yellow caution sign on...

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