How Much Money Will I Get?

How much is my ICBC claim worth for pain and suffering, lost wages, treatment costs, ICBC injury claims, payouts, claim settlements and the like discussed in clear language. Personal injury lawyer Mr. Renn Holness assists personal injury claimants in deciding how much ICBC pays for injuries, whether to hire a lawyer, settle the case or go further with the claim.

Future Loss of Income Awarded Despite Prison and Criminal Conduct

This personal injury claimant was injured in two car accidents, the  first was a head on collision at  188 Street in Surrey,  and the second occurred at 192 Street at Number 10 Highway. The judge found that he suffered various soft … Continue reading

Winning Substantial Success in a Personal Injury Case

In many personal injury cases there are several claims being made and some of these claims may not be successful at trial. How do you know when you have achieved substantial success? This is important when deciding on entitlement to … Continue reading

$100,000 Pain and Suffering Award for L4-5 Disc Protrusion

In this personal injury lawsuit the claimant, in his early 20s at the time of the car accident, sustained injuries to his neck, wrist, shoulder, and lumbar spine . The other driver conceded guilt for the accident so the case issues were:(1) the type of … Continue reading

Car Accident Claim Capped 2018?

What Your ICBC Claim is Worth in the Era of Injury Caps British Columbia now has a cap for minor injuries sustained in car accidents. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, bicycle accident or pedestrian accident some of … Continue reading

Awards for Future Loss of Earnings differ from Awards for Past Wage Loss

The Court of Appeal has upheld a $200,000.00 award to a 25-year old student for loss of future earning capacity despite having no settled pattern of employment, and no causal link between her injuries and her inability to keep positions … Continue reading

Volvo Loses Appeal on $4.8 Million Mental Injury Award

  In this personal injury case Volvo was found 100% liable for negligent manufacture, negligent design and failure to warn for a Volvo 780 truck purchased in 2007. The appellants, Volvo Trucks North America Inc. and National Truck Centre Inc. … Continue reading

Retroactive Increase in ICBC accident Benefits Bad for Victims

At first glance, the increase in ICBC accident benefits from $150,000 for each vehicle accident to $300,000 appears to be a positive change for innocent victims of auto accidents. In fact this change will only benefit those drivers that are at … Continue reading

ICBC Statements Result in $1.1 Million Injury Award

This ICBC claimant sought compensation for brain injury which he said was caused after he was thrown from his bicycle with no contact with the vehicle. There were several statements given to ICBC both in writing and by email which the … Continue reading

$1.1 Million Awarded to Teenager with Somatic Symptom Disorder

In this personal injury case the claimant suffered injury in two motor vehicle accidents for which she was not at fault. The claimant was a 16 year-old high school student, enrolled in Grade 11 when the first car accident occurred.  … Continue reading

What are You Entitled to in a Car Accident Settlement

There are significant negative changes after April 1, 2019 that will limit and reduce victim compensation. In 2018 the NDP coalition government passed laws to secure the monopoly ICBC has over auto insurance and increased ICBC’s power to deny compensation to … Continue reading