26 Jan Compensation for Chronic Pain Caused by Bus Accident

In Dhaliwal v. Greyhound Canada Transportation Corp., 2015 BCSC 2147, the Plaintiff was injured when the Greyhound bus he was on was involved in an accident.  The Defendants admitted fault for the accident and the Court assessed damages.The Plaintiff was a...

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13 Jan Court Rejects Defense Medical Opinion of Dr. Grypma

In Litt v. Hassan, 2015 BCSC 1920, ICBC relied on a medical-legal report prepared by Dr. Grypma.  His report stated that the Plaintiff did not suffer any injuries from the two motor vehicle collisions he was involved in.The Court rejected Dr....

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14 Dec BE SAFE DURING THE HOLIDAYS

We hope that you all have a festive holiday season, enjoying time with family and friends.  If you are hosting a party or a holiday function that includes drinking, please remember that you have a responsibility to ensure that your...

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09 Dec Examination for Discovery of Infants

In a previous blog we explained that an Examination for Discovery is a meeting where one party involved in the court case asks the opposing party questions about the issues in the dispute.   But what happens if one of the...

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16 Nov Adding Third Parties to a Legal Action

If you think another party might be wholly or partially responsible for your motor vehicle accident, there are ways to have them added to the legal action as a Third Party.  You do this by filing a Third Party Notice....

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03 Nov Be Pro-Active With Your Own Recovery

After being injured in a motor vehicle accident, it may seem inconvenient and expensive to go to your physiotherapy, massage or chiropractic appointments, but it’s important that you do so.  Not only will you benefit physically, but also financially.  This...

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