It is a concern that if historical driving records were relevant in personal injury actions, the scope and duration of discovery and trial would be expanded. This concern was addressed in Wilson v. Lind, where O’Brien J. stated the following at paragraph 18: If such allegations were permitted in the statement of claim, the discovery process would be extensively prolonged and the trial would involve issues of prior and subsequent negligence and impairment. Rather than one trial there would be several.
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