Category Archives: British Columbia
January 26, 2013 by Alexandra Kocherga
While both were on a camping trip, Sean Taylor’s motorbike collided head-on with Mathew Depew’s dune buggy on a dirt road as each rounded a corner. The force of the accident fractured Taylor’s thigh bone just above the knee.
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.
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.
June 11, 2012 by Mark Carter
Leo Paskalidis attended Caprice nightclub on Granville Street in Vancouver. Shortly after arriving, Mr. Paskalidis decided to take off his jacket to dance because he was hot. One of the bouncers told him to put his jacket on because his shirt was in violation of the dress code. After Mr. Paskalidis complained, a bouncer escorted him to the door.
Outside the nightclub three bouncers at the nightclub assaulted Mr. Paskalidis, breaking his jaw.
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