Court Won’t Hear ATV Case

A Québec man injured for life after drinking and driving a friend’s all-terrain vehicle has lost a bid to claim damages in the Supreme Court of Canada. Justices declined to hear the case that left the man a quadriplegic: “He was responsible for his own misfortune”.

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