Recently, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered an insurer’s duty to defend in the context of a specific project wrap up liability policy. The decision did not include any ground-breaking principles, but it clarified a few points that may be critical to insurers and...
The Divisional Court has recently weighed in on the deductibility of EI benefits from an income replacement benefit owing to an insured person after an accident. The Court held that all EI benefits are deductible as “gross employment income”. Section 4(1) of the SABS...
Ontario’s priority dispute scheme places disputing insurers front and centre. However, claimants often have an important role in the process…
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.
School board did not know what data was collected by third party applications. Privacy commissioner had something to say.
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.
An American court found that allegations of improper collection and use of biometric data may attract coverage under insurance policies that don’t explicitly provide such coverage. Policy wording is incredibly important to limit risk and exposure – what do your policies say?
What happens when you fail to give a priority dispute notice to another insurer within the prescribed 90-day period? (it isn’t good…)
Are brain SPECT scans admissible in personal injury proceedings?