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By Murray Suderman Injuries from car crashes may result in significant physical, psychological, or cognitive consequences beyond those readily apparent to friends, family, or work colleagues. In many instances, those who are injured in a car accident continue on with their employment … [Read more...] about Securing Your Future: Income Loss Compensation
By Jaron Fergusson On October 17, 2018, the recreational use of marijuana will become legal across Canada. What does this change mean for drivers in British Columbia? It may mean an increase in the frequency of people driving while under the influence of the intoxicating substance, THC. But is … [Read more...] about Is it Legal to Smoke Pot and Drive?
By: Christopher Morcom Have you been injured in a car accident outside of BC? If you are injured in a car accident while on vacation, you may still be entitled to compensation: If your car accident occurs outside of British Columbia, you can still be entitled to benefits from ICBC pursuant … [Read more...] about Can I Make a Claim if my Car Accident Occurs Outside of BC?
In an era where publications, reviews, and profiles for both individuals and businesses are increasingly found online, defamation law (often called “libel and slander law”) has become ever more relevant and important. This begs the question: What is defamation? In short, defamation is a … [Read more...] about An Introduction to Defamation Law in British Columbia
What can you do when someone causes a car accident that reduces the value of your vehicle? In British Columbia, if your vehicle has been damaged and the repairs cost $2,000 or more, this must be declared to any potential purchaser. Significant damage and repairs often result in a vehicle being worth … [Read more...] about Accelerated Depreciation After a Car Accident