By David Sinnott When people think “personal injury”, the first thought that often comes to mind is a motor vehicle accident. However, with the winter weather now firmly upon us, it is important to be aware of another primary cause of personal injury: slip and fall injuries. Falls are a … [Read more...] about Slip and Fall Injuries and the Occupier’s Liability Act, B.C.
Personal Injury Law
By David Machat If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, you are entitled to certain benefits. This article is to assist you to understand your rights, even if you caused the accident. Under the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation(B.C. Reg. 447/83) (the “Regulation”), benefits can … [Read more...] about Your Entitlement to Part 7 / No-Fault Benefits
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 or … [Read more...] about Securing Your Future: Income Loss Compensation
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 ("out of province"), you can still be entitled to benefits from … [Read more...] about Can I Make a Claim if my Car Accident Occurs Outside of BC?
The answer is ‘yes’. However, anyone considering making a claim for injuries arising from a hit-and-run accident in British Columbia must be aware that s. 24 of the Insurance (Vehicle) Act imposes specific obligations. For example, s. 24 requires that anyone claiming for bodily injury from a hit and … [Read more...] about Can You Claim for Injuries Arising From a Hit-and-Run Accident in British Columbia?