When Does An Accident “CAUSE” An Injury?

Vancouver Injury Lawyer For a wrongdoer to be liable for negligence, the negligent act must have caused your injury. Sometimes that’s very clear. The defendant’s car rear-ends your vehicle and you suffer a neck injury as a result; it’s obvious that...

Whiplash Court Awards Explained

If you’ve ever experienced whiplash – an injury to the muscle and soft tissues of your neck and back – you know how troublesome the injury can be. It’s even more difficult to assign a dollar value to the pain and suffering caused by whiplash. But if you’re injured in...

ICBC Can Discover Too Much Information

It’s an innocuous-looking form. But what damage it can potentially cause. The problem is ICBC’s “Authorization to Provide Medical Information.” If you’re injured in a car accident, ICBC routinely asks you to sign this form. It authorizes your doctor, chiropractor,...

Don’t Be Too Quick to Settle an Accident Claim

Sometimes, a person hurt in what appears to be a minor collision unfortunately ends up with serious injuries, resulting in a large court award. As compensation, however, he or she is then entitled to a large court award. A classic example of this was reported not too...