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Rahim v. Al Jundi, approaching the Alex Fraser Bridge when he stopped due to traffic. While stopped, he was rear-ended
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Scott v. Brown, oncern liability for damages arising out of the collision in 2003 between a sled, ridden by two young girls, and a pick-up truck
Thorne v. Lind, mva injuries to her neck, upper back and right shoulder; to her lower back, right hip and right leg; and to her mood.
Embleton v. Innes, claim for damages is whether there is a substantial possibility that her injuries will permanently impair her function.
White v. Craigon, personal injuries suffered by her in a motor vehicle accident that occurred on December 4, 2009, on a bright sunny day in Courtenay, British Columbia
Jurisevic v. Rideout, plaintiff, who represents himself, has been in 12 road accidents between 1996 and 2012. In the first three of these accidents he was driving a car. In the following nine accidents he was riding a bicycle
Smith v. Fremlin, trial was conducted under the Fast Track rules and relates to a motor vehicle accident which occurred on March 19, 2009. It is conceded that the plaintiff was injured in that accident a
Thibeault v. MacGregor, rear-end collision that occurred on April 17, 2010 (the “accident”). Liability has been admitted.
Tomashewsky v. Linnebank, operating his motor vehicle on 12th Avenue proceeding to the intersection of Columbia Street where he came to a stop at a red light. While stopped there he was rear-ended by a Cadillac Escalade SUV
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