What you need to know about accidents before April 1, 2019:

Free Book

Winning Your B.C. Injury Claim:
How to Successfully Navigate the ICBC Minefield

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This book does not apply to accidents which occurred on or after April 1, 2019.

Video Tutorials

Watch my videos on:

  • How to survive financially after an accident
  • How to prepare for your first meeting with ICBC

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Loss of future earning capacity. Questions & Answers:

  • What questions do the court and ICBC ask when they are valuing the loss of future earning capacity of an injured person? Find answer: »
  • I have to retrain for a less physically demanding job than the one I did before the collision. It also pays less. How do I prove the value of my lost future income? Find answer: »
  • Is there a profession dedicated to measuring injured people's physical limitations? Find answer: »
  • I am worried that I will not be able to work full-time or at all when I am in my 50's and 60's due to post-traumatic osteoarthritis in my neck and left knee. How do I prove my claim? Find answer: »
  • I was a student when I was seriously injured and can no longer do mentally challenging jobs. How do I prove the value of my lost future earning capacity when I don't have a track record? Find answer: »
  • How do I pay for all the experts I may need to prove my claim for loss of future earning capacity? Find answer: »
  • I can no longer do my former job due to my injuries. My employer gave me a lighter job at the same rate of pay. Do I have a claim for lost future earning capacity? Find answer: »
  • What is the effect of taxation on my claim for loss of future earning capacity? Find answer: »
  • What is the effect of my receiving Long Term Disability (LTD) and Canada Pension Plan disability benefits on my claim for loss of future earning capacity? Find answer: »
  • Is my loss of future income calculated to age 65? Find answer: »
  • Do I have to retrain for another line of work if I can no longer do the job I enjoyed and was good at? It isn't my fault that I can't do my job. Find answer: »

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