From Bad to Worse: Insurers Accused of Bad Faith Face New Defence Costs
Wade v. Wawanesa, 2014 NBQB 96
This April 14, 2014 decision from New Brunswick’s Court of Queen’s Bench, (presently under appeal) may force all insurers to conduct new, costly and time-consuming production of documents when their insureds accuse them of ending insurance benefits in bad faith.
In 2005, Shirley Wade was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered injuries. Ms. Wade’s insurer, Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, began...Read More