Causation: How to Prove My Car Accident Caused my Injuries?

The concept of ‘causation’ is what a plaintiff must prove. Not only that they suffered damages/injuries, but more specifically that those damages/injuries were caused by the defendant. In most cases ‘causation’ will appear obvious, but in many cases it is not as...
Litigation Step #7 – Questioning on Undertaking Responses

Litigation Step #7 – Questioning on Undertaking Responses

Attendance at a Questioning on Undertaking Responses is almost identical to the process that I have described here. The main difference between a Questioning on Undertaking Responses and a regular Questioning is the extent to which the Defendant’s insurance lawyer can...
Step #6 in Litigation – Attending Questioning by Defence

Step #6 in Litigation – Attending Questioning by Defence

This is post #6 in our continued series offering clients a walkthrough of the typical litigation process for motor vehicle accidents. The entire resource is here: Ten Steps in the Litigation Process Litigation Step #1 – Filing a Statement of Claim Serving a Statement...
Litigation Step #2 – Serving a Statement of Claim

Litigation Step #2 – Serving a Statement of Claim

Once you have filed your Statement of Claim (within two years of the date of your accident), the next deadline that you face under the Rules of Court, is that you must ‘serve’ the Statement of Claim on all of the people/companies that you have named as Defendants in...