Lawyers

ICBC Ordered to Pay Injured Woman’s Legal Fees After Disobeying Court Order

By Stuart Cappus The BC Supreme Court recently admonished ICBC for failing to disclose video surveillance in direct breach of a Court Order. Following a jury trial, a BC Supreme Court judge ordered ICBC to pay the legal fees of a woman seriously injured in a motor vehicle collision. Months before the trial, the Court […]

Get To Know Our Lawyers – Blair Franklin

In practicing law for over 20 years, Blair has been interested in giving his clients pragmatic advice, while helping them navigate and avoid problems. Blair’s interest in problem solving is what lead him to a career in law. Overall, it is the people and problem solving that he enjoys most about practicing law. Blair has […]

Get To Know Our Lawyers – Richard Johnston

Richard has been practicing law for over 30 years, and his interest in litigation has always pushed him towards finding the best results for the client. For Richard, the ‘job is about helping people get their lives back.’ He finds the ability to help his clients to be extremely rewarding and fulfilling. Outside the office, […]

The Historic Nanaimo Courthouse

As part of a series on historical buildings in and around the Nanaimo area, our very own Greg Phillips was interviewed by the Nanaimo News Bulletin to share his experiences in the Nanaimo Courthouse on Front St. We like to remind our clients and friends that courthouses are open to the public, even while court […]

Liability Waivers

By Stuart Cappus From sky-diving and bungee-jumping to go-kart racing and zip-lining, activities like these are called “extreme” for a reason. While they can be extremely exciting, they can also be extremely dangerous. That’s why operators of these and other kinds of businesses often make customers sign liability waivers beforehand. A liability waiver is a […]

Hit and Run Accidents

If being injured in an accident wasn’t frustrating enough, sometimes the person responsible flees the scene leaving you not only stranded, but unable to identify them. Fortunately, if you’ve been a victim of a hit and run accident, you can still claim compensation for your injuries and other losses if you follow certain requirements. These […]

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. […]

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