Monthly Archives: September, 2012
September 26, 2012 by LawBroker
Truck driver David Morrison delivered a load of load of logs to a lumber mill and headed towards Merritt, BC. Suddenly, the stake on his piggybacked trailer struck overhead power wires and pulled down the power pole. The pole fell down on a vehicle being driven by David Baxter, smashing onto his right-front fender and hood.
September 8, 2012 by Mark Carter
John Witt was walking along a roadway at the Vancouver International Airport when he suddenly slipped and fell through a gap between two metal plates, causing him to suffer orthopaedic injuries. Mr. Witt retained a British Columbia slip and fall lawyer and sued the Vancouver International Airport Authority.
September 4, 2012 by Mark Carter
Ms. Roscoe was playing badminton in a gymnasium owned by Halifax Regional Municipality. As she was moving backwards to return a high shot, her right foot was suddenly stopped by a piece of duct tape on the floor. She felt immediate pain in her right knee. Medical examination later determined that she had a torn meniscus. She underwent a variety of therapies and treatments for the injury, including arthroscopic surgery.
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