ICBC Re-Victimizing Injured Claimants After Trial – Section 83 Deductions – Part 2

*written by Vic Maan, associate at Holness and Small Law Group In a previous blog post on ICBC claims, we discussed how ICBC under s. 83 of the Insurance (Vehicle) Act re-victimizes injured claimants who have gone to trial and won an award. In that article, we discussed the case of Aarts-Chinyanta v Harmony Premium…

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ICBC Re-Victimizing Injured Claimants After Trial – Section 83 Deductions – Part 1

  *written by Vic Maan, Associate with Holness and Small Law Group As many British Columbians are aware, most ICBC claims settle without a trial.  Settling with ICBC is advantageous to injured claimants in certain situations.  With settlement, an injured claimant can control the amount of the ICBC payout by agreeing or refusing to agree…

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Does Your Lawyer Work for ICBC? Important Reasons Why You Should Know

In British Columbia, there are numerous lawyers and law firms who work for ICBC as defence counsel. They advocate for ICBC and they work to protect ICBC from personal injury claims by reducing claims. To reduce claims, often an injured claimants’ credibility and their medical team are attacked. A staggering number of lawyers who work…

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Judge Criticizes ICBC For Failing to Pay Promised Part 7 Benefits as part of ICBC’s New “Enhanced Care Coverage”

The NDP have rolled out new ICBC policies including new Enhanced Care coverage. This “care based model” is advertised by the NDP as providing British Columbians with increased care such as payment for treatment ongoing indefinitely into the future despite settlement or judgement at trial. The NDP and David Eby are asking us to trust…

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