Personal injury

New kit aims to help lawyers broach tough topics of wills, life insurance and investment planning

New kit aims to help lawyers broach tough topics of wills, life insurance and investment planning

Firms work with Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association to make advance care planning toolkit

B.C. Attorney General won’t appeal court’s ruling on expert cap in motor vehicle accident cases

B.C. Attorney General won’t appeal court’s ruling on expert cap in motor vehicle accident cases

Court had found unconstitutional rules change which limited number of adversarial expert witnesses in vehicle injury cases

Trial delays in personal injury disputes add insult to injury

Trial delays in personal injury disputes add insult to injury

Lawyers say that delays across Canada make a mockery of access to justice for plaintiffs and defendants

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They’re called automobiles for a reason. Mobility is their defining virtue and the reason you need insurance

British Columbia AG limits expert use in injury claims

British Columbia AG limits expert use in injury claims

British Columbia has brought in amendments to its Supreme Court Civil Rules regulations, which will limit the number of experts and expert reports that can be used in motor vehicle disputes, with further amendments effective next year on all injury claims.

Injury cap could stabilize auto rates, says Newfoundland and Labrador report

Injury cap could stabilize auto rates, says Newfoundland and Labrador report

A Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities report on automobile insurance in the province had a contentious buildup — including a campaign launched by personal injury lawyers to create opposition to a soft tissue injury cap — but response to the board’s findings has been muted.