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Homemaker fails car accident threshold test on unsual activities of daily living

In the case of Dahrouj v. Aduvala the Court was asked whether or not the plaintiff Ms. Dahrouj passed the threshold. If you read this blog once and a while you will know that in Ontario, you are barred from suing a driver that caused you injuries unless your injuries fall within certain “exceptions.” The … Continue reading “Homemaker fails car accident threshold test on unsual activities of daily living”

The Case of the Bad Case

The plaintiff, Michael Smith, in the case of Michael Smith vs Matthew DeClute, Daimler Chrysler Financial Services Canada and the Personal Insurance Company of Canada failed to pass the Bill 198 threshold.  In fact, the entire plaintiff’s case did not seem to go so well at all – and in the end was dismissed. It … Continue reading “The Case of the Bad Case”

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