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Ches Crosbie Barristers

Newfoundland and Labrador Accident and Injury Law Blog

St. John's injury, malpractice, and class action lawyer Ches Crosbie and his team write blog articles on interesting law-related issues in Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada. These blogs articles are about issues that affect clients, consumers, and the public. We hope you find our blog interesting and informative, and feel free to submit a comment at the end of the articles. We like to hear your opinions, too!


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11/14/2013
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Can Modest Claims for Personal Injury Damages in Tort Proceed to Trial?

In an important ruling handed down recently, the Supreme Court of Canada has given a vote of confidence in aggregate damages assessment...

Category: Accidents and Injuries

12/11/2012
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Eight-year-old girl falls during hide-and-seek, parents sue United Church

This case of a young child injured while playing a game at a Church-run afterschool program highlights some safety precautions that everyone should follow.

Category: Accidents and Injuries

2/28/2012
Chesley F. Crosbie, Q.C.
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The Ocean Ranger and Purposes of Personal Injury Tort Claims

Was the settlement for the Ocean Ranger wrongful death lawsuit adequate? Read what St. John's personal injury lawyer Ches Crosbie has to say.

Category: Accidents and Injuries

1/4/2010
Chesley F. Crosbie, Q.C.
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What Breast Cancer, Swine Flu, and Cougar Helicopter Have In Common

The answer is wrongful death.

Category: Accidents and Injuries

4/7/2009
Ches Crosbie
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Difficult Choices For Copter Crash Victims Include US Lawsuit

There are strong reasons for all the families and their legal advisors to stick together...

Category: Accidents and Injuries

3/27/2009
Chesley F. Crosbie, Q.C.
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Families Review Legal Options in Wake of Copter Crash

These traumatized families may find out that the level of benefit they are entitled to is capped at half or one-third the rate of their loved one’s earnings.

Category: Accidents and Injuries

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