Injuries Evidence after insurance claim limitation period
In Newbold v. Hanlon, Ontario Superior Court of Justice (O.J. 98-0489). The Insurer refused to pay damages to an injured person on the grounds that a claim had not been commenced within the 2 year limitation period. Tony successfully argued at trial that the limitation period against the injured party did not commence to run until there was sufficient evidence to confirm that the injuries met the Threshold. Judgment was granted against the Insurer.