Category: personal injury

Assault Disqualifies Camper From Insurance Coverage

As anyone who has spent time around children would know, there can be a fine line between horse play and an intentional act done to hurt another person. However, as children get older, this difference between the two can become easier to identify. This task recently fell to a judge for the Ontario Superior Court of Justice when a camp counsellor brought an action against a camper (the “applicant”) who assaulted him. The camper’s parents’ home insurance policy had a duty to defend, but not in all situations.

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Travel Insurance Claim Denied? Some Common Reasons Why

Getting hurt or sick on vacation is inconvenient at best, and having to make a claim against your travel insurance policy is complicated and time consuming. When your insurer denies your claim, the inconvenience becomes a very serious financial problem. The right legal advice can help get your claim resolved more quickly. Was your travel […]

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Jessica Mahabir – Lawyer Profile

Meet Jessica Mahabir Before attending law school at the University of Manitoba, Jessica Mahabir earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto in 2007, specializing in Literary Studies and English. Since beginning her legal career, Jessica knew that she wanted to help others navigate the complicated legal justice system. In her first […]

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Preventing Boating Accidents this Season

With the summer beginning, many people in Ontario can’t wait to get out on the water to enjoy fishing, water skiing and explore the outdoors. Unfortunately, careless or dangerous behaviour while boating can result in serious personal injury. Taking a few simple precautions can help keep you and your passengers safe this season. Get certified. Anyone […]

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