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On January 8, 2018, Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP was born out of a unified vision for the future of insurance law, a vision that was led by a female majority partnership and one that did not follow the ancient rules of hierarchy and long expired tradition.

In Memoriam: Caroline Meyer Riley

In Memoriam: Caroline Meyer Riley

It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our esteemed colleague and dear friend, Caroline Meyer Riley. Caroline’s departure on July 13, 2023, has left us deeply saddened, as we mourn the loss of an extraordinary legal professional and a cherished member of our law firm family.

Expert Reports: Not great to be late

Expert Reports: Not great to be late

In Lamothe v. Sudbury Trail Plan Association, the Superior Court refused to allow the defendants to deliver late expert reports. The defendants attempted to bring a motion to be granted leave to deliver late expert reports which was opposed by the plaintiffs.

Coffees, Cars, and Cautious Causation

Coffees, Cars, and Cautious Causation

In 2021, Mr. Rathbone was stopped at a drive-thru window to pick-up coffee. He was able to transfer the first coffee without issue. However, as he was transferring the second, the lid came off the upper brim, spilling coffee onto his lap. He reacted and dropped the remainder of the coffee resulting in injuries to his lap and groin.

Not Involved? CAT Impairments Still Possible

Not Involved? CAT Impairments Still Possible

In a recent decision, the Divisional Court ruled that the Appellant, Naomi Kellerman-Bernard, was eligible to make a claim for catastrophic impairment designation, despite not being personally involved in the accident herself.

Expert Reports: Not great to be late

ONCA Revisits Mental Health Injuries

The recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Bothwell v. London Health Sciences Centre, 2023 ONCA 323 revisited what is necessary for a plaintiff to prove in order to be successful in a mental injury action. Specifically, the Court addressed whether feelings of anger, sadness and frustration, without more, result in a compensable mental injury.