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

Click HERE to get your copy and learn more.
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

Click HERE to go to the Video Tutorials page if your accident occurred before April 1, 2019.

Pain & suffering. Questions & Answers:

ICBC settlements for Pain and Suffering can be very involved. If you don't use adequate legal representation, you may very well be left settling for an amount that will leave you with no money to take care of future bills and requirements as a results of your injury. Let us help you obtain the settlement you need and deserve.

  • How do the courts and ICBC decide how much to award an injured person for pain and suffering? Find answer: »
  • When might ICBC choose to have a jury trial rather than a trial by a judge alone? Find answer: »
  • Who gets to decide whether a case will be heard by a judge or by a jury? Find answer: »
  • What are the trial procedures for injured claimants that prohibit the use of a jury? Find answer: »
  • If I don't settle my claim, how can I get a sense of how much a Supreme Court judge might award me for pain and suffering? Is it possible for me to review court decisions or summaries? Find answer: »
  • Is it worth getting a lawyer involved? Find answer: »

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