Is there any limitation of liability in the limitation of personal injury cases?

Yukon, Canada

The following excerpt is from Ó Murchú v. DeWeert, 2020 YKSC 24 (CanLII):

I note the limitation of liability clauses referred to in the case authorities provided have similar clarity to the clause in Ferrer. In Larouche v. Radwanski 2011 YKSM 3, the limitation clause states:

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