British Columbia Court of Appeal Upholds Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal decision regarding passengers’ rights to sue for damages resulting from an aircraft accident

On October 27, 2011, an aircraft crash-landed near the Vancouver International Airport.  Six of the surviving passengers commenced a lawsuit against the aircraft operator seeking to recover damages arising from their injuries.  The passengers were flying to Kelowna to attend an annual retreat organized by an organization named “The Executive Committee” (“TEC”).  The TEC is a member-based community of over 900 chief executives, entrepreneurs, and business owners from across Canada.  The passengers were founders and CEOs of various companies.  TEC provides peer advice and support, through a “safe refuge” for executives to discuss work and personal issues.  Each TEC member is required to attend meetings and pay annual dues for membership.  The passengers’ dues were all paid by their companies.  The meetings involved a mishmash of work and personal issues ranging from business concerns to family…

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