For personal injury lawyers, “business as usual” means advancing the interests of our clients, many of whom are seriously injured. Over the past nearly 20 years, part of that process has been to deal with the so-called “cap” on general damages for such clients, trying to marshal evidence that often includes proof of serious impairment taking injuries outside of the “cap”. And every so often, there is a change to the legislation, and we must determine how that affects our clients and how we advance their claims. This presentation examines the November 2020 amendments to the Minor Injury Regulation.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program on May 31, 2023 as part of our Personal Injury and Insurance Update program.
The total running time is approximately 5 hours.
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Hollick Chipman, Miller Thomson LLP
Michael J. Pucylo KC, Miller Thomson LLP
Allison E. Grimsey, Weir Bowen LLP
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