Casterton v. MacIsaac: When A Hockey Hit Goes Wrong

By Matthew Sutton

Casterton v. MacIsaac: When A Hockey Hit Goes Wrong Matthew Sutton Recently the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released the Decision of Casterton v. MacIsaac (2020 ONSC 190 (CanLII)) finding that a hockey player who purposely blind-sided another hockey player on the opposing team, causing that player to fall and hit his head and lose consciousness, was legally responsible to pay for pain and suffering as … Continued