Author Archives: Mark Carter
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.
August 25, 2012 by Mark Carter
Catherine Chisholm was sitting in the driver’s seat of her vehicle, eating her lunch when suddenly her vehicle was struck from behind. Ms. Chisholm’s vehicle then struck the vehicle parked in front of her and she immediately suffered from slight dizziness and weakness, along with facial pain and swelling.
August 20, 2012 by Mark Carter
Edward Jack was visiting his cousin at the Goldcrest Apartments in Gold River, B.C. He was leaning against the balcony when suddenly the balcony railing gave way and caused him to fall three stories to the ground. Mr. Jack’s injuries included a broken pelvis, fractured ribs, fractured vertebrae, and internal injuries resulting in hernias.
August 12, 2012 by Mark Carter
Atalyah Gutbir went into labour and was admitted to Toronto General Hospital. Her baby was born in critical condition with a permanently damaged brain. The Defendant was found to have breached the standard of care because the attending nurse did not properly monitor the foetal heart rate of the baby. Due to the breach, the foetal hearbeat abnormalities were not detected, whereas detection could have prevented the injury.
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