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What is the Minor Injury Cap in Nova Scotia?

In Nova Scotia, the law (the Nova Scotia Insurance Act) limits an injured victim’s ability to receive compensation related to pain and suffering that is considered to be a “minor injury” to $8,768* as of 2019 (*indexed to inflation each year; starting at $7,500 in 2010)

How Injury Lawyers Assist in Dog Bite Cases

Dog bites can result in serious injuries. At the very least, they will result in a trip to the hospital. You may need shots to clear up potential infections and you will likely have to live with at least some discomfort for a period of time. In some cases, you end up missing time from work because you cannot do your job while you are recovering. People can also sometimes die from dog attacks.

Boating Laws and Safety in Nova Scotia

In all accidents there is an obligation on the plaintiff or injured party to show that they did all that was reasonable in the circumstances to ensure they hold no fault for the accident and subsequent injuries.

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