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Liam Elphick 14 Jun 18
Huge plaintiff win this week ($12.5mil) for a stadium surface injury in the NFL. Reflects what I’ve been saying for a while - surface-related injuries are starting to open up huge avenues of liability in , and
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John Bates Feb 23
Dangers due to the state of the premises or to things done on them....
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Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP Oct 21
Ontario occupiers may owe a duty of care to tradespersons injured on their property if they failed to ensure no unsafe activities or procedures would be carried out ...
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Dr Jo Beswick 18 Aug 17
Enough to keep the visitor safe?
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John Bates 14 May 14
'Premises' includes any 'fixed or moveable structure'
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Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP May 21
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Winn Solicitors 16 Sep 16
Is leaving you confused? We can help.
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Mark Burton 7 Apr 14
A very good stab at discharging s2(4)(a) (especially the pic!)
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Thorneycroft Solicitors May 17
Supermarket owners have a duty to ensure you have a safe place to shop and that any hazards are pointed out to ensure the safety of their customers. If you've been injured in a supermarket, here is how our team can help.
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John Bates 6 May 14
Would a person proceeding beyond here be a visitor or a non-visitor? (via @jbell_counsel)
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John Bates 31 May 18
The purposes for which the visitor is invited or permitted by the occupier to be on premises....? Icky ?
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Elisabeth A. Sadowski 10 Jan 18
Unintentional falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations across Canada. These falls can often lead to serious injuries.
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Kirwans 19 Sep 16
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The Social Jurist - Clare Johnston Jul 2
Great talk by Joe McManus, Kim Carrim and on the the key investigations needed in claims. Key factor is whether claimants voluntarily put themselves in harms way
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Hodge Jones & Allen 1 Mar 19
What evidence do I need to bring a successful claim for an injury in a private land/property?
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Dr. Emir Crowne 12 Jul 18
Former UWI Employee Sues Over Cancer Causing Agent:
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Dr Jo Beswick 12 Dec 17
Homeowner man gets revenge on package thieves with ingenious trap
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Thorneycroft Solicitors Buxton 17 May 18
Did you know you could be eligible to make a claim for occupiers liability if you've been injured whilst out and about? Check out our animation to learn more:
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Hodge Jones & Allen 26 Oct 18
What is ‘Occupier’s liability compensation’?
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Browne Jacobson LLP 12 May 16
When ancient sites tangle with modern concepts of safety - who wins?
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