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Dragokatzov

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#1 12 years ago

This is a long shot, but here it goes A friend of mine who runs a sleigh riding business, recently recieved noticed he was being sued. aprox 2 years ago, he took a family on a sliegh ride, and there was an accident and one of the younger boys had his leg crushed. This would consitute as personal injury, and IIRC the statute of limitations would of expired, for it only being one yeah, I know this is a long shot, but can anyone confirm this. this happened in New Brunswick Canada.

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#2 12 years ago

Well...how did his leg get crushed? It really depends. Did bad ropes or faulty equipment cause the sled to fall on his leg, or was he too dumb to not realize putting a leg down infront of a moving skid causes pain?

and did you say his family? They're suing?




Dragokatzov

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#3 12 years ago

I'm not asking for a trial here, i am asking for the statute of limitations if anyone might just happen to know it. the questions you asked do not matter, not trying to bite your head off though




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#4 12 years ago

DragokatzovThis is a long shot, but here it goes A friend of mine who runs a sleigh riding business, recently recieved noticed he was being sued. aprox 2 years ago, he took a family on a sliegh ride, and there was an accident and one of the younger boys had his leg crushed. This would consitute as personal injury, and IIRC the statute of limitations would of expired, for it only being one yeah, I know this is a long shot, but can anyone confirm this. this happened in New Brunswick Canada.

Thank you

Your friend doesn't have a lawyer who can answer this question?




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#5 12 years ago

I don't know if the statute of limitations applies to this or not.

And the questions DO matter. Because the answer depends on circumstances. Was it the victims fault, or the owner?