On May 1,2021 ICBC is enacting a new no-fault insurance model. This model is referred as an “enhanced care”, individuals involved in car accidents in British Columbia will no longer be able to sue for injuries.
Douglas Chiu explains how a 10-year-old insurance case from the Ontario Superior Court is worth looking at during COVID-19.
Hammerco’s Anthony Eden says it’s likely the courts will see quite a few cases of alleged gross negligence in months and years that follow this pandemic.
No-fault insurance puts all the power in the hands of ICBC.
Jaffa Winick wanted to be a teacher but chronic injuries were holding her back.
Three separate car accidents meant she could no longer work effectively or do the things she loved.
Some injury and small claims disputes are heard by the Civil Resolution Tribunal, Canada’s first online tribunal.
Driving on our roads already has its own risks. Couple that with the physiological effects of marijuana and you’ll see another arena where this issue will be raised: personal-injury lawsuits.
In B.C., victims of hit-and-run accidents have an avenue of recovery if they have made all reasonable efforts to identify the legally responsible parties.