Wilcox v. The Miss Megan, 2008 FC 506

In Personal Injury and Maritime Law on (Updated )

This was a case in which the Defendant admitted liability for a fatal injury when a fishing vessel capsized. The deceased drowned. Claims were made under the provisions of the Marine Liability Act by the deceased’s widow, three adult children and brothers and sisters. The first issue was whether the brothers and sisters could make a claim under the MLA. …

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