05 Aug Identifying Hit and Run Drivers

If you are injured by a hit and run driver, the onus is on you to try to identify that driver.  You must make all reasonable efforts to find that driver and if you don’t, your personal injury claim may...

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03 Aug Time Limitation in Medical Malpractice Cases

A plaintiff claiming damages for personal injuries resulting from alleged negligent medical treatment must do so within two years of the treatment.  This limitation period is set out in s. 3(2)(a) of the Limitation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 266. This two year...

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29 Jul Be Alert When Using A Crosswalk

At one time or another, you may have stepped into a crosswalk without looking or considering the risk, confident that you have the right of way. As a pedestrian, you do have the right of way when using a crosswalk...

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27 Jul The Importance of a Supportive Family Doctor

Having a supportive family physician to oversee your treatment and provide evidence on your behalf at trial is important.  In any personal injury case the evidence of a long-time family physician is often invaluable. Family physicians are often the best...

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25 Jul Loss of Income for the Self-Employed

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, your ability to work may be affected.  Depending on who your employer is, the amount of your lost wages or loss of future income may be relatively easy to calculate.  However,...

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22 Jul Failure to Mitigate

Most people injured in a motor vehicle accident follow their doctor’s advice and undertake the treatments or therapies recommended to assist them in their rehabilitation.  But sometimes an injured person fails to do so. When this happens, ICBC will bring...

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