Monthly Archives: January, 2011
January 23, 2011 by Alham Chelehmalzadeh
Ms. Meloche was attacked by her neighbour’s dogs. The Great Dane bit her on her left arm after knocking her down. The other dog bit her on the fleshy part of her right hip and then the Great Dane bit her on the left calf. Ms. Meloche was required to rest for 4 months and she continued to suffer from pain and scarring.
January 18, 2011 by Alham Chelehmalzadeh
On a bright November day in 1998 Irene Lesniak, age 41, walked into the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga to buy tickets. As she opened the second set of front doors and walked through the doorway, she tripped over a rolled up weather mat. The mat had been rolled up and pushed against the door by the cleaning people. Ms. Lesniak fell and struck her knee on the marble floor resulting in immediate pain and swelling on her right knee.
January 12, 2011 by Alham Chelehmalzadeh
Early winter morning, February 11, 2002, Lorne Cooney, Mr. Cooney then 44, was wearing his usual winter gear with hiking boots when he slipped on a ridged piece of ice formed by frozen footprints on the sidewalk in Kingston. His feet slid from under him and he wound up lying ‘back down’ on the sidewalk. Mr. He was taken to the emergency department at Kingston General Hospital where his right ankle, tibia and fibula were x-rayed, revealing “a fracture through the lateral malleolus”.
January 9, 2011 by Alham Chelehmalzadeh
The Daniels v. McKelvey court decision, released on January 22, 2010 by the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba in Winnipeg, is an occupier’s liability claim that arises out of tragic events of December 2007, when Nathan Starr, 14 years old, died in a fire at the home of Defendants, McKelveys. Nathan’s parents hired a Winnipeg Personal Injury law firm to sue the owners of the house on the grounds of negligence.
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