Automobile Insurance: Beyond the New Brunswick Border

Author(s):

February 4, 2010

One of the fundamental principles of tort law requires a wrongdoer to compensate an injured party for losses caused by wrongful conduct. Traditionally, tort law has operated to transfer the burden of loss from the innocent injured party to the party responsible for causing the harm. In the context of automobile insurance, as in other areas, this principle has been compromised. Canadian Provinces have adopted automobile legislation rules that, to varying degrees, limit tort rights for victims of automobile accidents.

View PDF of paper. 

View PDF of PowerPoint Presentation.

Share this


Related articles:

Hand on steering wheel

Don’t Let the Clock Run Out On Your Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Claim

Read more
George Karahotzitis

George Karahotzitis Ranked By Chambers And Partners Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth – Canada, Band 1

Read more
Hand on steering wheel

Don’t Let the Clock Run Out On Your Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Claim

Read more
George Karahotzitis

George Karahotzitis Ranked By Chambers And Partners Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth – Canada, Band 1

Read more

Stay Informed

Subscribe to receive updates on the latest news from Thomson Rogers as well as invitations to seminars, webinars and more.

Sign up now