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There are 175 vehicle collisions in B.C. every single day.
We look at all the facts of your case, from your injuries and the environment where the accident happened, to its ramifications on both your day-to-day life and future activities. This helps us build a strong case and determine what the long-term effects of your accident are likely to be.
We diligently record all of your injuries and ensure you are tested for easily missed injuries such as concussions and post-traumatic stress disorder. We also look for signs of injuries that can show up later or develop into degenerative issues.
Our commitment to client care includes assessing your needs for child and home care, or home adaptations, such as wheelchair ramps and roll-in showers. We deal with insurance companies, cut through red tape, secure income replacement and benefits, and arrange for the medical care and therapy you need to heal. We free you up to focus on your recovery while we work to ensure the best possible outcome for your future.
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.
Insurance brokers have a duty to give sound insurance advice. In a commercial insurance context, brokers are required to know the in/out of a clients’ business in order to source and secure the proper insurance coverage.
Many businesses have been forced to close, limit their hours, or reduce their capacity. Despite a vaccine, the economic impact will likely continue, particularly in the face of new strains of the virus.
On January 28, 2021, the Ontario Superior Court addressed “inadequacies in current legal responses to internet defamation and harassment” by creating a new tort of internet harassment and cyber bullying.