You’ve been injured. What next?
Our lawyers are ready to work with you on your injury claim and ensure that you receive the proper advice and compensation for your personal injury claim. Our lawyers know exactly what to do to help you through the process. If you have been injured by the fault of another, you may be able to pursue a claim for damages which include payment for property damage, rehabilitation, wage loss, and pain and suffering. As well, our team can help coordinate treatment and rehabilitation so that you are back on your feet quicker!
If you have a injured as a result of another person’s action, please contact us today – before speaking with an insurance company!
People injured in car accidents often struggle to manage the demands of their job. If a person’s capacity to fully perform the requirements of their chosen career are projected to continue into the future, he or she is entitled to be compensated for that loss. But what about people who are not established in a […]
As of April 1, 2019, all motor vehicle accidents that occur in BC will be subject to a new set of rules brought in by the provincial government last year. The most significant change is the imposition of a cap on damages for pain and suffering for those who suffer “minor injuries”. Injury caps are […]
If you are injured in an accident, managing seemingly easy household chores and basic aspects of personal care can become challenging so much so that you may need someone else’s help. This could range from help with cleaning your home to help with bathing yourself. It can be very difficult and feel invasive to have […]
Car accidents don’t only cause physical injuries. People can suffer very real and debilitating psychological conditions as a result of being involved in an accident. These can include anxiety, depression and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Unfortunately, because such injuries can’t be seen by the naked eye, ICBC will often say that those injuries don’t exist. […]
The BC government has announced its intent to bring in a cap of $5,500 for pain and suffering on minor injury claims as part of series of reforms for ICBC. The cap is currently scheduled to come into effect on April 1, 2019. Crucial to this alteration in the structure of injury claims will be […]
The attorney general of BC has recently indicated that personal injury caps may be implement in BC in response to the finance issues facing ICBC. Currently individuals in BC who are injured by a motorists have a right to sue for the damages they sustained as a result of the motorists negligence. Injury caps would […]
By Stuart Cappus In British Columbia, the age of majority is 19 years old. Once a person turns 19, the law generally presumes that they are able to manage and make their own decisions regarding their legal and financial affairs. Conversely, the law considers individuals who are under 19 to be “infants” or “minors”, and […]
By Stuart Cappus Most modern vehicles come equipped with Event Data Recorders (EDRs). Their job is to record various pieces of information about a vehicle’s operation in the seconds before, during and after an accident. They are usually triggered by the vehicle’s air bags deploying. Once triggered, they record a number of vehicle parameters including […]
Often an individual struggles to return to their employment immediately following an injury and may have to take several months off or be permanently off work depending on the severity of the injury. Some employees will have the advantage of short term and long term disability programs but these may not be available to all […]
Financial records of wages/earning are helpful when trying to show to a court the economic losses an individual has suffered as a result of an injury. It is important to ensure that accurate records are maintained and that appropriate accounting help is prioritized following an injury. Many individuals receive cash tips related to their employment […]