Supreme Court dismisses Hamilton’s attempt to appeal decision in crash that hurt 4 kids
Excerpt from CBC News:
Lawyer for two of the children says family is ‘very happy’ with decision.
Hamilton has been found partially liable for a 2007 crash that seriously injured four children after the city’s attempt to overturn a lower court’s decision was dismissed by the Supreme Court of Canada.
“Our clients have waited a long time for justice.”
Robert Hooper represented the other two children hurt and said their family was “ecstatic” after the Supreme Court’s decision.
He said one of the girls was “extremely injured” in the collision and still needs a lot of assistance. With her parents in their mid-50s the family had begun to worry about how to care for their children as they got older.
“They’re very happy with the Supreme Court’s decision and are looking forward to getting their compensation worked out with the city,” Hooper added.
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