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Judge Disagrees with Beasley — Finds Rule 53.03 Doesn’t apply to IE assessors in Tort Action

April 27, 2011

On April 9, 2010, Mr. Justice J.P. Moore held in Beasley v. Barrand that the tort defendant could not call experts retained by the accident benefit insurer to give opinion evidence at trial because their reports did not comply with Rule...


Court Finds Coverage under OPCF 44R

April 21, 2011

This week’s Ontario Reports contained an interesting coverage decision involving Ontario’s Family Protection Endorsement and claims against the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund. In Graham v. Superintendent of Financial Services Commission of Ontario (2010 ONSC 7129), Christine Graham was riding her bicycle...


Do Not Combine (e) and (f) – Recommends FSCO Expert Panel

April 16, 2011 | Anna-Marie Musson

FSCO formed the “Catastrophic Impairment Expert Panel” to study and make recommendations on the definition of catastrophic impairment.  Their preliminary report was released on April 15, 2011.     The panel reported that combining physical and mental/behavioural conditions cannot be achieved...


BCCA Brings FCC claims back to Earth

April 15, 2011

The Court of Appeal for British Columbia recently released an interesting decision significantly reducing a trial judge’s award for future care costs. This decision could have an impact on similar claims in Ontario. The Plaintiff was injured in a 2005...


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