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What you need from medical experts to prove your claim.
- My family doctor does not seem to have the time to examine me. Is this a problem?
- A family doctor is trained to accept what a patient says at face value. This may well be standard practice for the treatment of many diseases. Your situation is now different because you are claiming compensation for your injuries. ICBC will give no credence to a report from your doctor that simply recites what you told him or her. ICBC and the courts want "objective evidence" of your limitations-evidence that is not reliant on what you say or do. An x-ray, CT scan or MRI scan showing your injury is strong objective evidence. Unfortunately, many injuries to ligaments, tendons and muscles do not show up in these scans; therefore, the results of physical examinations over time by your family doctor are important objective evidence of your injury.
Information provided by Chris Temple ICBC Injury Claims Lawyer.