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What is the maximum award for pain and suffering in British Columbia?

The maximum award for pain and suffering (also called non-pecuniary damages) was set by the Supreme Court of Canada in January of 1978 at $100,000. Taking inflation into account this comes out to around $350,000: 255 more words



I need to put things into perspective here. The Austin/Morris Mini was introduced to the amazed British public in August 1959.  In general terms it was considered a technological marvel.   1,865 more words


Collision causes vehicle rollover in east Windsor

Two motorists collided early Saturday evening causing one vehicle to flip onto its roof.

One person was sent to hospital as a precaution.

Police responded to the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard and Quality Way around 4:15 p.m. 74 more words


Man Arrested for falsely Reporting a Stolen Motor Vehicle

South Windsor, Conn. (WTNH) – An Ansonia man has been arrested by South Windsor Police for reporting that his car was stolen when he knew it was not. 77 more words


Old Habits

I often wonder about life in the rows of terrace houses that housed the workers of Hunslets’ factories. At the time, many if not most would be employed as highly skilled engineers in the myriad of factories. 1,480 more words


Minnesota Car Rental: Handling BI/PD, UM/UIM & Rental Vehicle Damage Claims

This article provides a brief overview of Minnesota rental car coverage law, from priority of payment for bodily injury and property damage liability claims to uninsured and underinsured motorist claims to no-fault claims to rental vehicle damage claims. 2,925 more words


Lapsed Coverage: Protecting your ability to drive

So you decided to change your insurance, save a few dollars each month paying the premium on your vehicle.  It made sense at the time.  A little extra money in your pocket and your car covered with no issues.  877 more words

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