Martin v. Derrach, 1997 CanLII 4614

In Personal Injury and Maritime Law on (Updated )

This was a claim for personal injury damages arising out of a water skiing accident. The Plaintiff was being towed behind the Defendant’s Jet Ski when she collided with an anchored boat and severely injured her right leg. Although there was no spotter aboard the Jet Ski, the parties agreed that the absence of a spotter was not causative. The …

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