: Atlantic Insurance Counsel - Fall 2009

September 25, 2009

In this issue

New Brunswick Court of Appeal Affirms Position on Duty to Defend

Personal Injury Matter Highlights Importance of Providing Details of Claim and Detailed Notices of Expert Witness

Observations on the Rights of New Brunswick Plaintiffs With Respect to Language of Choice in Insurance Litigation

Causation Resulting from Improper Stair Construction -
The Stair Case: Lane v. Alcock Enterprises Limited & Pynn (2009)

Implied Consent and the Family Car: Metro General Insurance v. Dunn & Snow (2008)

Court of Appeal Considers Trial Court Finding of No Liability in Moose-Vehicle Collision

Court Refuses Summary Judgment in Claim of Negligent Supervision of an Adult Child

Addition of Contributory Negligence Claim Does Not Require Further Discovery

PEI Appeal Court Reinstates Statement of Defence Previously Struck for Failure to Produce Documents

A Review of Minor Injury Legislation in Nova Scotia

What Qualifies as a "Minor Injury" Under Nova Scotia "Cap" Legislation?

Self-Represented Litigants and the Issue of Competency

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