COMMON UNCOMMON ISSUES IN PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
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James R. Weir:
Geoffrey W. Coombs:
Suzanne Maier & Rod Murray:
Please Note: An error was made on page 12 of the conference paper “Issues and Considerations in Making a Claim Pursuant to the SEF 44 Endorsement”. The Miller v. Guardian Insurance case was appealed, and the court of appeal overturned the trial court’s finding that the plaintiff was ten percent contributory negligent for failing to enquire about the absence of an SEF 44 endorsement. See, Guardian Insurance Company of Canada v Miller, 1997 ABCA 210 (CanLII).
Joseph A. Nagy:
Cara Brown, MA:
David de Vere: