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The Herculean task required to reduce liability claims involving autonomous vehicles

July 30, 2020 by Adam Malik

Autonomous vehicles need their own space to operate, a report says, and auto executives agree that putting them on the same roads as human-driven cars in a mixed-use environment will only increase liability claims. “As autonomous technology develops and matures,

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ICBC apologizes for suggesting deceased BC Mountie liable for on-duty deadly crash

December 30, 2019 Dirk Meissner - THE CANADIAN PRESS

VICTORIA, B.C. – The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia is apologizing for wrongly suggesting a deceased Mountie was liable for the on-duty crash that claimed her life, saying it’s taking to steps to prevent a similar situation from happening again.

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Recurring back pain and auto liability: how this court applied the two-year limit

March 12, 2019 by David Gambrill

If an injured cyclist in an auto liability action declares feeling better after treatment, takes a year off work, and then feels debilitating back pain after returning to work three years after the accident, does the two-year statute of limitations

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Injured federal worker’s lawsuit against employers can proceed

January 13, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The Supreme Court of Canada announced Thursday it will not hear an appeal from a construction worker who was named in a statement of claim by a federal employee in Whitehorse, paving the way for an injured worker to sue

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A.M. Best maintains stable outlook for Canadian P&C industry; financial results strong again in 2015

November 8, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Ratings firm A.M. Best Company continues to maintain a stable outlook for the Canadian property and casualty insurance industry, noting that it has “historically shown resilience and the ability to adapt when necessary.” A.M. Best’s stable outlook is based primarily