What Is Mitigation? Why Does It Matter?

Posted in: ICBC / INJURY- Apr 23, 2018 Comments Off on What Is Mitigation? Why Does It Matter?

In spring, 2012, Mandy (name changed) was hurt in a car accident through no fault of her own. She suffered some serious injuries, including soft tissue injuries to her neck and spine causing her neck and back pain. Her most serious injuries were psychological though, including depression, anxiety and chronic pain syndrome, still unresolved at […]

Life Thrown Off Track By Pain From Car Accident

Posted in: ICBC / INJURY- Apr 20, 2018 Comments Off on Life Thrown Off Track By Pain From Car Accident

A car crash may change a young person’s path in life. Accident injuries may lead to pain, depression and other psychological consequences that become deeply rooted, leaving the victim’s future under a dark cloud. The BC Supreme Court was faced with such a case recently. A key question was whether the accident injuries, and their […]

Doctor Shoppping By ICBC Not Allowed

Posted in: ICBC / INJURY- Apr 19, 2018 Comments Off on Doctor Shoppping By ICBC Not Allowed

If you’re hurt in a car crash, you should see your doctor. And if you can prove the accident wasn’t your fault, you’ll likely be able to get compensation for your injuries from the person at fault or their insurer, usually ICBC. How much compensation? That depends on how badly you were hurt. The opinions […]

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