D.M. and P.M. v. Dominion of Canada
Stephen was retained by D.M and P.M. to represent them in this FSCO arbitration. He acted as lead counsel in this case where the insurer had denied that D.M. had been involved in an “accident” in accordance with the definition sections of the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule. Stephen and Co-counsel David Hayward were able to convince both the Arbitrator and the Directors Delegate that D.M.’s devastating injuries did arise from an accident thus entitling him to coverage. The case was settled for a significant sum shortly after the appeal was successfully argued.
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