Personal Injury Blog

Who is Responsible If You Are Injured at a Park?

Occupiers' Liability Act

What Constitutes One Assessment under Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule

The Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) - a regulation under the Insurance Act - sets the maximum amount that an insurance company is required to pay for one assessment of the extent of an accident victim’s injury at $2,000.

Can Parents Be Sued for the Actions of Their Children?

As early as 1978, the High Court of Justice of Ontario ruled that parents can be sued for the actions of their children.


Written by Charlene Lewin, Senior Licensed Paralegal at Camisi LLP.

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