Month: June 2016

Strazza v. Ryder

In this case, Marsha Bishop and Trina Brubaker acted for a young man who was injured in a rear-end collision while working as a delivery driver. The impact was significant enough to cause more than $4,000 in damage to the vehicle our client was driving. As a result of the collision, our client sustained injuries […]

Gravelle v. Seargeant

In this case, Richard Johnston and Trina Brubaker acted for a young man who was injured in two collisions. When he was just 16-years-old, our client was struck by a Dodge Viper as he was walking along the side of a road. The Viper struck our client with such force that it threw him about […]

Demarzo v. Michaud

In this case, Richard Johnston represented a young woman who was injured in a rear-end collision. She had been stopped at a red light when her SUV was struck from behind with such force that her vehicle was launched forward roughly 15 feet. As a result of the collision, our client suffered neck, shoulder and […]

Haley v. Gust

In this case, Richard Johnston and Greg Phillips acted for a 35-year-old deputy sheriff and mother of two. She was injured when her motorcycle was struck by a car that turned left in front of her in an intersection. The impact sent her flying her over the handlebars of her motorcycle and onto the roadway. […]

Appealing a Small Claims Court Decision

By Stuart Cappus If a person wants to sue another person for $25,000 or less, the Small Claims Court will have jurisdiction to hear the case. We’ve previously talked about the steps involved in a Small Claims lawsuit. One of those steps can be a trial where both parties appear before a judge to present […]

Symons v. ICBC (Part 7)

As we’ve talked about before, people injured in an accident may be entitled to certain benefits from ICBC regardless of whether or not they are at fault for the accident. These no-fault benefits, also known as “Part 7 benefits”, can cover some of the cost of your treatment and offset some of your wage loss […]

Congratulations to Simon Irving!

We are pleased to introduce BC’s newest lawyer, Simon Irving. Simon has been with Johnston Franklin Bishop as an articling student since June of 2015. After a 4 year undergraduate degree, a 3 year law degree, a 1 year articling term and a 12 week Professional Legal Training Course, the only thing left for Simon […]