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Arbitration agreement is enforceable despite insurer’s failure to sign it where there was a clear intention of the parties to enter into an agreement

Canada - November 14 2017 An arbitration agreement was enforceable even though an insurer failed to sign it where there was a clear intention of the parties to enter into an…

Jeliazov v. John Doe

Canada - November 17 2015 The plaintiff insured was involved in an accident while riding a newly-acquired motorcycle. He sued his insurers for failing to provide coverage for…

David Pilley

MacPherson v. White

Canada - August 23 2016 A plaintiff's insurer may be added as a party to a tort action where the tortfeasor's insurance limits will likely be insufficient, and the plaintiff…

David Pilley

Ontario judge dismisses liability insurance claim determining that possessory rights to chattels do not constitute property

Canada - February 14 2017 Possessory rights to chattels do not constitute property within the meaning of section 132(1), R.S.O. 1990, c. I.8. [2016] O.J. No. 6016 2016 ONSC…

David Pilley

Automobile insurer who assumes liability under contract of insurance for storage fees is subrogated to the rights of its insured

Canada - February 14 2017 An automobile insurer that provides coverage for vehicle storage fees is a “person lawfully entitled” to apply for relief under section 24 of the…

David Pilley