ICBC Injury Benefits For Motor Vehicle Accidents After April 1, 2019

This article provides a brief overview of the steps to be taken in making a claim for accident injury benefits with ICBC. This guide only applies to accidents that occurred on or after April 1, 2019. Jurisdiction of the Civil Resolution Tribunal A Notice of Civil Claim can no longer be filed to preserve the…

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Inequality Between ICBC and Injury Victim Recognized in Costs

Facts of this Personal Injury Case This personal injury trial involved four car accidents. The trial lasted 17 days. The state run auto monopoly ICBC admitted liability in three of the four accidents, disputing liability in one. The Supreme Court awarded $66,000 for pain and suffering, $40,685.92 for vehicle damage and treatment expenses, and $92,607…

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David Eby Misled the Public about ICBC No-Fault Insurance

 Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and David Eby, the Minister Responsible for ICBC Before Attorney General David Eby brought in ICBC no-fault auto insurance he told the public this would not happen. Mr. Eby said no-fault auto insurance would not be considered. Injury victims relied on Mr. Eby to be truthful and continued to pursue…

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Class Action Lawsuit Against ICBC Certified

A Supreme Court of British Columbia judge has certified a class action lawsuit on behalf of injured claimants and ratepayers against ICBC and the Government of BC in relation to making illegal ICBC payments to MSP contrary to the law. In relation to injured claimants, these illegal payments by ICBC are especially egregious for the…

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The Sad Reality of the NDP’s No Fault (Enhanced Care) ICBC Insurance

As we have discussed in prior blog articles, the NDP’s No Fault ICBC insurance has been touted as a perfect fix to a broken ICBC system.  The NDP have spent millions of dollars on advertising to convince British Columbians that this is a great new system that will save them money on their car insurance. …

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What are the different types of ICBC Claims available to me?

What Types of ICBC Claims Are Available to You? If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you may be overwhelmed with not only your own injuries and rehabilitation, but also with figuring out how to deal with ICBC.  You are likely wondering what types of claims you can make against ICBC, how…

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Vancouver ICBC Lawyer – ICBC Criticized by Trial Judge for Forcing Injured Claimant to Trial with Weak/No Defence

ICBC is a crown corporation.  A crown corporation is a public sector organization established and funded by our own elected provincial government.  ICBC was created to provide universal compulsory automobile insurance to British Columbian drivers.  As “compulsory” automobile insurance, ICBC has a monopoly over the entire province. There is simply no competition or choice.  If…

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Eby and the NDP Try to “Rewrite” the Law to Avoid Responsibility in 900 Million Dollar Class Action Case

Since the NDP have been in power, the party has completely restructured ICBC to suit the government’s needs and to save this crown corporation money.  Instead of focusing on restructuring and fixing the severe mismanagement of ICBC to protect injured claimants, British Columbians have been the target with their rights being stripped away with the…

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ICBC Minor Injury Tribunal Found to be Illegal

The Attorney General David Eby’s scheme to have ICBC injury claims decided by an appointed tribunal is unconstitutional, says Judge Hinkson. Specifically, the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) does not have the power to (1) label ICBC claimants as having “minor injury”, nor do they have the power to (2) decide on liability and damages for…

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Vancouver ICBC Lawyer – Can you make a claim against ICBC to recover Vacation Days used for your injuries?

If you are unable to work because of injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident, there are various options available to pursue to replace lost income.  This includes applying to receive sick pay or Employment Insurance (EI) for sickness benefits.  If there is disability coverage through your employer, you may be eligible to receive short…

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