A father’s homemade motorcycle seat that allowed his young son to sit as a rear passenger does not work as intended when they get into an accident.
In a recent summary judgment decision, the court has, yet again, answered what happens when you sign a waiver without reading it first.
The Court of Appeal agrees with the judgment below and doesn’t buy the plaintiff’s excuse for giving late notice to the City of Toronto.
Are brain SPECT scans admissible in personal injury proceedings?
What do street racing, an injured flagbearer, and spoliation of evidence have in common? Let’s review a recent motion decision to amend pleadings.
The Supreme Court of Canada gives a refresher course on the law of negligence and reminds us when municipalities’ decisions will, and will not, be immune from liability.