Monthly Archives: September 2011

ICBC Only entitled to One Examination for Discovery of Injury Claimants

  The lawyer for the defendant in this lawsuit claimed that the Civil Rules allow ICBC and other defendants to force an injury claimant to submit to multiple examinations (Humphrey v. McDonald,2011 BCSC 1288) as long as the total time … Continue reading

How to settle with ICBC- Best Injury Claims Require Proof of Legal Causation

Settling your car accident injury case may not be the easiest thing in the world if you do not have a lawyer and you are up against ICBC or another auto insurance company.  I’ve been a personal injury lawyer in … Continue reading

Claims Against ICBC Dismissed and Plaintiff Not Allowed to File Further Lawsuits Without Leave

This claimant did not have a lawyer and his lawsuits against ICBC were dismissed by the court. This decision was clearly to help prevent misuse of the litigation process (Keremelevski v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia,2011 BCCA 369). What was … Continue reading

Generous ICBC Offer to Settle Refused and Injury Claimant Must Pay Expenses

This is an ICBC car crash injury costs case which happened at the intersection of 64th Avenue and 152nd Street in Surrey, BC(Gatzke v. Sidhu, 2011 BCSC 1214). It was dark and raining.  The injury claimant was westbound on 64th Avenue and  her evidence … Continue reading

My Best Tips to Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer for your Car Crash in British Columbia

I have been a personal injury lawyer in British Columbia since 1995 and represent people that have been injured in car crashes, bike accidents and many other types of situations such as pedestrian and truck accidents.  It is not uncommon … Continue reading

ICBC Brain Injury Settlements- Car Accident Injury Can Lead to Incompetence

When a personal injury claimant suffers a brain injury as a result of a car accident there are many steps that can be attempted in the road to recovery. In Vancouver, BC  we have recognized healthcare centres for spinal cord … Continue reading

ICBC has to Pay more than $100,000 to Injury Claimant as a result of 4 Car Accidents

Since the decision of the BC Court of Appeal in Bradley v. Groves, 2010 BCCA 361, leave to appeal to S.C.C. refused, 2011 CarswellBC 890, it has been much easier for the court to make decisions involving multiple car accidents.  … Continue reading

Personal Injury Lawyers in Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey and Vancouver have Similar Car Accident Cases

Given the similar roadways in the Lower Mainland personal injury lawyers helping injury claimants usually deal with very similar types of car accident injuries.  As you get into more pedestrian congested areas bike lane and pedestrian injuries become more common and … Continue reading