Client Receives $160,000 in damages
Lawyer-in-charge: Karena Nicholls
Our client injured herself in a restaurant suffering a significant shoulder injury. We were able to argue that the Civil Liability Act provision of “obvious risk” was not a Defence to the claim as the owner of the restaurant had a duty of care to barricade or make the patron aware of the hazard rather than cover it with carpet making it not visible to the ordinary person.
Our client received over $160,000 in damages.
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