Is there any case law where a plaintiff refused to accept a doctor’s advice?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kelly v. Perth (County), 2014 ONSC 4151 (CanLII):

In Morrison v. Greig, [2007] O.J. No. 225 (S.C.J.) at para. 53, Glass J. concluded that while the plaintiff might be “upset with people trying to assist him”, he was not persuaded the plaintiff would not accept the recommended services. In this case, I am.

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