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She managed to work around her symptoms in the four years leading up to the trial. Did that mean she was not entitled to compensation for possible future losses?

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Losses from an injury can extend many years into the future. It is always a challenge to gaze into the crystal ball and predict what those losses will be.

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This is the final of a four part series about the legal duties of motorists and cyclists in common collision scenarios.  Increased awareness of common collisions, and how they can be avoided by meeting your legal driving and riding duties,

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There’s a sweet, environmental justice when congested traffic slows and cycling commuters are able to gain ground. But there’s also considerable danger.   This is the third of a four part series highlighting motorist and cyclist collision scenarios. My hope is

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This is my second of a series, describing scenarios where a motorist and cyclist were each found legally responsible for a collision.  In each scenario, the collision could have been completely avoided had either the motorist, or the cyclist, taken

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In each of the scenarios I provide, the collision would have been avoided had the motorist met the standard of driving care we reasonably expect of motorists. But correspondingly, each collision would also have been avoided had the cyclist

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This is a sequel to my last column about how judges arrive at the truth. I had shared judicial commentary from a case decided by our Court of Appeal in 1952 and promised to share additional wisdom from much more

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“Bold faced lie!” exclaimed my daughter, Cassidy, during a game of One Night Ultimate Werewolf.  Lying is a feature of the game, where player identities are secret and clues are gathered before an execution.  Townsfolk struggle to identify and execute