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Are both Desbiens v. Mordini, 2004 CarswellOnt 4804,  O.J. No. 4735 (Ont. S.C.J.) , and Snushall v. Fulsang, 2003 CarswellOnt 1526 (Ont. S.C.J.) , regarding assessment of catastrophic impairment, still good law?
Can an insured be deemed catastrophic under two separate accidents and therefore have double the limits available to them?
Has s. 4.2 of the Court Proceedings for Automobile Accidents that occur on or after November 1, 1996, O. Reg. 461/96 changed the previous judge-made law respecting the threshold that must be met before a person injured in a motor vehicle accident will be permitted to sue an owner, occupant or person present at the accident for non-pecuniary damages?
How are a claimant's pre-existing (i.e., pre-accident) medical conditions to be taken into account in a CAT determination for Accident Benefits under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule — Accidents on or after November 1, 1996 when the claimant had been self-sufficient prior to the accident?
How has the legislation and case law developed since the OMPP regime with respect to statutory threshold?
How have courts interpreted the threshold under the Bill 59 regime, which governed automobile accidents occurring on or after November 1, 1996 and to September 30, 2003?
In which B.C. cases involving motor vehicle accidents have the courts not found a serious and permanent impairment?
In which cases involving motor vehicle accidents in B.C. have courts found a serious and permanent impairment?
What constitutes a serious impairment under the automobile insurance threshold legislation?
Which chronic pain cases arising from injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents have met the statutory threshold?
Which threshold cases have found a serious and permanent impairment under the Bill 198 regime?
Which threshold decisions have not found a serious and permanent impairment under the Bill 198 regime?
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