Monthly Archives: June 2012

Information about Making an ICBC Injury Claim

Making a personal injury claim after a car accident in British Columbia can be, at best, confusing because there is usually more than one claim to be made with the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, ICBC, and others. In addition to … Continue reading

Claimant with Lawyer Wins Personal Injury Case and gets Legal Fees Paid

In this Fast track three month personal injury case(Johnson v. Keats,2012 BCSC 751) the claimant was  rear-ended during rush‑hour traffic on Hastings Street in Burnaby, British Columbia. The claimant was in stop and go  traffic in a stretch of Hastings Street which had multiple … Continue reading

Claimant Without Lawyer Ordered to Pay Legal Fees of Winning Party

The Court found that this self-represented claimant was not injured in the car accident(Pearlman v. Critchley,2012 BCSC 921) and his lawsuit pleadings were oppressive and designed to cause anxiety, trouble and expense to the other side. The action was also … Continue reading

Car Accident Injury Claimant Awarded $125,000 for Persistent Cough arising from Disc Herniation

Immediately following this car accident the injury claimant began to experience a cough that would not go away(Reilander v. Campbell,2011 BCSC 1848). She did not associate it with the car accident and thought it was asthma, although use of  her … Continue reading

$250,000 Personal Injury Award Reduced by 25% Despite Claimant being Rear ended

In this unique factual scenario, the BC Supreme Court found that the car accident, which occurred on King George Highway in Surrey, was caused by a car rear ending the injury claimant. However the injury claimant that was rear ended still faced … Continue reading

Lawyer for Car Accident Injury in British Columbia

  I have been a personal injury lawyer in Vancouver serving all of British Columbia, including Langley, Surrey, and the Tri-city areas,  since 1995 and have assisted numerous ICBC injury claimants obtain fair settlements. One of the first questions people … Continue reading

Surrey Car Accident Injury Claimant Awarded Loss of Earning Capacity despite Inconsistencies

This car accident personal injury claim occurred at  92nd Avenue in Surrey,(Narain v. Gill,2012 BCSC 848) British Columbia when the claimant was hit head on by a minvan. The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (“ICBC”) did not admit fault, but liability was not … Continue reading

Car Accident Injury Claimant Awarded Child Care Costs -Upheld by BC Court of Appeal

This child care costs case (Tsalamandris v. McLeod, 2012 BCCA 239) was an appeal of  a $740,000 award  for loss of future earning capacity and a $135,050 award for cost of future care made at trial for injuries sustained in two motor vehicle … Continue reading

Spinal Cord Injury Car Accident Claimants Alerted to Name Change

The  British Columbia Paraplegic Association has changed it’s name and is now officially called Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC).  SCI BC  helps people with spinal cord injury and their families by providing information and community support after car accident injuries … Continue reading

Child Hit by Bus and Jury Dismisses Catastrophic injury Claim- Upheld by Supreme Court of Canada

In this stunning decision the Supreme Court of Canada has overturned the decision of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal and restored the verdict of  the Jury dismissing the infant’s  personal injury claim (Annapolis County District School Board v. Marshall,2012 SCC … Continue reading