Monthly Archives: December 2012

ICBC Personal Injury Settlements- A Compensation Summary

  Before resolution, personal injury claims in British Columbia are usually filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Cases that are worth less than $25,000.00 should be filed in the Provincial Court. If a case is worth less than … Continue reading

Car Accident Injury With no Impact- Making an ICBC Injury Claim

  The truth is, personal injury claimants are permitted to pursue negligence claims despite the contact between vehicles. This also applies in British Columbia for accident benefits from ICBC, the Insurance corporation of British Columbia and a personal injury lawyer will be able … Continue reading

Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer Before Hiring- ICBC Car Accident Claims

As a personal injury lawyer in British Columbia since 1995 I have been interviewed countless times by car accident claimants  looking to choose the right lawyer. An injury claimant confessed to me recently that he needed legal help but did not know what … Continue reading

ICBC Injury Lawyer- the Best Advocate for your Case

Injury in a car accident in British Columbia usually results in a personal injury case with the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, ICBC. ICBC INJURY LAWYERS is a term often used and I define this to mean personal injury lawyers … Continue reading

Personal Injury Awards can be Reduced by the Court

Can a personal injury award be reduced? The answer is yes, by the Court of Appeal when discussing a case filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. If you have gone through a trial and received a favourable award, ICBC or … Continue reading

$100,00 Award for Pain and Suffering in ICBC Case Despite Disc Disease

  In this ICBC disc disease car accident case(Peso v. Hollaway,2012 BCSC 1763) the claimant was returning from Osoyoos when he stopped his vehicle on 104th Avenue, in Surrey and came across two other motorists in an altercation. He was about to provide … Continue reading

How Long do I have to File a Claim with ICBC?

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, ICBC, has 30 days to pay weekly injury benefits so the sooner you make your ICBC personal injury claim after the car accident the better. An injury claimant is required to “promptly give ICBC notice of … Continue reading

How to Appeal an ICBC Decision- The Truth about the Review Process

Disputing an Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, ICBC, decision after a car accident requires a basic understanding of administrative law as well has a thorough understanding of the civil rules of court- to start. Fear not non-lawyers,  I will to use … Continue reading