Month: February 2012

Parker v. Lemmon

Most of the cases we deal with settle. However there are occasionally cases where we cannot get ICBC to offer a settlement that we feel is fair for you, and in these situations we are prepared to go to trial on your behalf. This is a decision in one of our recent cases. Parker v. […]

Courtney v. Hutchinson

Most of the cases we deal with settle. However there are occasionally cases where we cannot get ICBC to offer a settlement that we feel is fair for you, and in these situations we are prepared to go to trial on your behalf. This is a decision in one of our recent cases. Courtney v. […]

What Sidney Crosby can teach us about concussions and soft tissue injuries

Soft tissue injuries are amongst the most common injuries in a motor vehicle collision. Concussions are not as frequently diagnosed but can occur in even relatively low velocity impacts. One of the questions we receive from some of our clients with soft tissue injuries or concussions (or in some unfortunate cases, both) is “How long […]

Facebook and Other Social Networking Websites and Your ICBC/Personal Injury Claim

If you have a personal injury claim you need to be aware that the information posted to your social networking website page may be used by the defendant and/or their insurer to limit your compensation. 3 False Assumptions Commonly Made by Personal Injury Claimants about Social Networking Websites: 1. My privacy settings will prevent anyone […]