Stein v. Sandwich WestPosted March 4, 2016
(1995), 77 O.A.C. 40 (C.A.); A young man with a very promising future was rendered quadriplegic during a hockey game when his skate struck a hole in the ice. Negligence was established against the municipality because its ice maintenance practices fell below standard. When decided, this case was the largest award for damages for personal injury in Canadian legal history.