Judge reduces costs awarded for damages because Plaintiff failed to mitigate her losses
Ryan v. Curlew, 2018 NLSC 72
On January 11, 2010, Rosemary Ryan was driving her daughter’s car with her daughter as a passenger along Pitts Memorial Drive in Newfoundland. She moved to the left lane to allow room for traffic merging onto the highway when she was struck on her right side and then on her right rear bumper by Bernice Curlew’s vehicle. The court found that Ms. Curlew had been negligent when she collided with the Plaintiff.