Not so fast! Insurers get a say in LAT withdrawals

By Kathleen O’Hara and Heather Lindsay In the recent Motion Order of LAT File No. 18-011887/AABS, the LAT concluded that an insurer can resist the unilateral withdrawal of a LAT Application when it included a live issue in the proceeding that has yet to be decided....

Too Good to be True? May be your Wilful Blindness

The Facts This sordid tale begins with an employee going rogue with a company credit card. The Defendant Fung began purchasing iPhones and iPads from the Defendant Minetto in November 2011. The first transaction was seemingly innocent. The two met in the parking lot...

C’mon Join the Joyride

Risk of personal injury after vehicle stolen by two minors from commercial garage found not to be reasonably foreseeable. 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...

New Case: Evidentiary Dots fail to Connect

A.R. v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, LAT AABS 17-000149, Adjudicator Msosa This matter involved a dispute over medical benefits. The applicant was seeking payment for two orthopedic assessments; one submitted approximately 3 years post-accident and the second...

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