Month: November 2022

Jones v. Davidson, 2022 BCCA 31

Whether two people were spouses is becoming an increasingly common issue in estate litigation in BC. The BC Court of Appeal decision in Jones v. Davidson, 2022 BCCA 31 is yet another example.In this case, the Deceased, Larry Jones, died without a will on March 18, 2014. At the time of his death, he had […]

Dog Attacks

Most personal injury claims are based on negligence. Essentially, the law of negligence provides that where one person fails to take reasonable care and injures another person as a result, the first person is responsible for any injuries and consequent losses suffered by the other person. Dog bite claims are unique in that they can be […]