Bradbury Sippel's Recent Trial Success
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has released reasons in Rabnett v. Halliday, in which John Bradbury and Travis Sippel successfully defended a personal injury action by an acupuncturist who alleged significant disabilities as a result of thoracic outlet syndrome. The Plaintiff alleged that he had suffered damages of between $1.74 and $2.48 Million. The decision is noteworthy for its comments on the adverse inference to be drawn where a Plaintiff disposes of business records over the course of litigation.
Bradbury Sippel LC works with insurers and self-insured corporations to defend claims for loss and damage, and with injured parties to ensure all of their evidence is preserved and presented in court.