In this no lawyer pedestrian case(Lariviere v. Martins, 2013 BCSC 1751)a vehicle was travelling west on East Hastings Street,around midnight, approaching the intersection of Jackson and East Hastings when the claimant stepped off the sidewalk on the north side of Hastings … Continue reading
In this waving pedestrian injury case(Heyman v. South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority, 2013 BCSC 1724) the pedestrian was hit by a public transit bus as it pulled away from a bus stop at the Park Royal Mall in West … Continue reading
As a personal injury lawyer I have managed, handled and cared for hundreds of claims against ICBC due to car accident injuries and I have noticed 3 things that claimants almost always ask- Do I need a lawyer? How much … Continue reading
Personal Injury Lawyer, Renn Holness, explains how to make a hit-and-run claim with ICBC.
Personal Injury Lawyer, Jacqueline Small explains how ICBC no-fault benefits work in relation to any existing insurance an injured person may already have.
The answer is that no injury claimant is required to give ICBC their complete medical file after a car accident injury. When making a claim for accident benefits the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, ICBC, is legally required to properly … Continue reading
Personal Injury Lawyer, Renn Holness, explains how to receive the highest award possible from your injury claim.
Renn Holness, Personal Injury Lawyer in Vancouver, British Columbia, explains how lawyers get paid when handling personal injury claims.
Personal Injury Lawyer, Renn Holness, discusses ICBC’s hotline, Dial-a-Claim, and its service and potential drawbacks.