Evidence – Collateral Witnesses

In reading multiple personal injury cases, we note the focus must be on the change or impact that an injury has on a claimant when presenting a case. This article will identify the importance of collateral witnesses and offer some guidance in preparing witnesses for trial, and specifically the type of evidence that may be […]

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Intervening Event Principle

In a recent decision, the Court analyzes an intervening event and outlines the test. The decision is referenced as Bernatchez v. Chisholm, 2022 BCSC 105 and pertains to an MVA case which caused the Plaintiff injury, resulting in a significant wage loss claim. Defence argued that there was a break in the chain of causation, […]

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Use of SPECT at Trial / mTBI Cases

Article by Priscilla Cicek – SPECT scans at trial Published by The Lawyer’s Daily, part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc. Personal Injury How do you approach case dealing with mild traumatic brain injury? (December 15, 2020, 2:21 PM EST) — In our previous article “Considerations for Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases” we commented that, “There is […]

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