29 May Proving “Invisible” Injuries at Trial

Proving injuries that are not readily visible to an outside observer is a difficult task. Your lawyer should adequately prepare such a case by calling corroborating friend and family witnesses, and expert medical evidence. The credibility of the plaintiff and...

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19 May Credibility Important at Trial

Personal injury lawsuits arising from motor vehicle collisions rarely proceed to trial. However, when they do the plaintiff’s credibility is of critical importance.  In Curry v. Powar, 2015 BCSC 610, the Plaintiff sought compensation for the following injuries arising from a motor...

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01 May If You Are Injured in a Motor Vehicle Collision, ICBC May Put You Under Surveillance

An article released in the Vancouver Sun discusses ICBC’s use of surveillance:  http://www.vancouversun.com/news/metro/Internet+reduces+ICBC+need+private+investigators/10995448/story.html  According to the article, ICBC uses surveillance “to see if they are lying about injury claims”.  ICBC has a team that looks at photographs and status updates posted on...

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24 Apr Future Household Cleaning Expenses

If you suffer injuries in a motor vehicle accident that affect your ability to clean your home, you may receive compensation for that.  In the case of Thomasson v. Moeller, 2014 BCSC 2465, our client was a very active young woman...

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20 Apr Proving Self-Employment Income

In 2007, our firm took a personal injury case called Adamson v. Charity, 2007 BCSC 671, to trial.  Our client, Mr. Adamson, was a highly talented finishing carpenter who worked on and co-managed his family’s rental investment properties.  Since he...

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