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Top court sides with insurer in unidentified vehicle coverage dispute

March 14, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

A Supreme Court of Canada decision released today means Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company does not have to cover a claimant who says he drove off the road to avoid an oncoming vehicle. Andrew Funk was injured after he drove his

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Judges divided on how claimants prove involvement of unknown vehicles

May 29, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

The Court of Appeal of Alberta has ruled that motorists who claim to be hit by unidentified vehicles must prove that there was “physical contact,” and produce some kind of corroborating evidence of the involvement of an unknown vehicle. The

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Future CPP disability benefits not deductible from payments under Nova Scotia auto family protection endorsement: Supreme Court

January 27, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Future disability benefits under the Canada Pension Plan are not deductible from auto insurers’ payments under the Nova Scotia family protection endorsement, the Supreme Court of Canada found in a ruling released Friday. Canada’s highest court restored a 2013 ruling,

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Supreme Court of Canada hears appeal over Nova Scotia auto family protection endorsement

October 7, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The Supreme Court of Canada heard Wednesday an appeal from a Nova Scotia auto accident victim whose future Canada Pension Plan disability payments were ordered deducted from the amount payable under his family protection endorsement. Andrew Sebean suffered injuries to

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Ontario township not liable for under-insured taxi: Court

July 6, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently ruled against State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company when it found that a municipality that fails to enforce a bylaw stipulating taxi insurance does not owe a duty of care to parties injured