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This province’s statute of limitations ‘cries out for reform’

May 21, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

In trying to sue construction contractors for a leaky building, a Winnipeg hospital is actually criticizing Manitoba’s Limitation of Actions Act, a provincial appeal court judge suggested in a recent ruling. In 2003, construction finished on a new five-storey building

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Parts of Wisconsin, Illinois recovering from flooding; 6,800 buildings affected in Illinois

July 14, 2017 Ivan Moreno - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BURLINGTON, Wis. – Flooding in the Midwest closed roadways and knocked out power to thousands, including a suburban Chicago hospital that was forced to close, but residents in the Wisconsin city of Burlington appeared upbeat even as portions of streets

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Ontario should create ‘list of documents that must be produced’ in personal injury auto lawsuits: Marshall

April 13, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The Ontario government should consider allowing auto insurers to offer consumers more choices and come up with new rules for the tort system bearing in mind that personal injury auto lawsuits “seldom involve complex issues of law,” a special adviser

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New Ontario financial authority should monitor auto insurers with ‘unusual number’ of LAT appeals: Marshall

April 12, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Neither the behaviour of personal injury lawyers nor “excess profits” of insurers are to blame for high auto premiums in Ontario, but the government should consider restricting lawyers’ contingency fees, a special advisor to the provincial government suggested in a

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Hospital-based examination centres should provide Ontario auto accident treatment plans: Marshall

April 12, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Ontario should not move to a government-run auto insurance system but the province should establish hospital-based examination centres with authority to establish treatment plans that would have to be provided by the insurers, without dispute, a special advisor to the