This program will provide an update on personal injury and insurance law, including changes stemming from the Insurance Act amendments that came into force in 2020 and consider how these changes impact the type of injuries included in the general damages cap, the number and role of experts called at trial, and the application of pre-judgment interest on non-pecuniary damages. Topics will include the law of causation in personal injury, the special considerations for the personal injury claim of a minor, and the art of post-COVID questioning and mediation
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program on May 31, 2023 .
The total running time is approximately 5 hours.
Hollick Chipman, Miller Thomson LLP
Michael J. Pucylo KC, Miller Thomson LLP
Nore Aldein (Norm) Assiff, Assiff Law
Tara Cassidy, cassidyHEA injury law
Kass Freeman, Clyde & Co LLP
Allison E. Grimsey, Weir Bowen LLP
Kristen Hagg, HMC Lawyers
Kevin B. Madison, Clyde & Co LLP
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