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Is ICBC Refusing to Pay for your Massage Therapy Treatments?

DateMay 9, 2012 CategoryICBC Claims Tags

On November 29, 2011, British Columbia’s Court of Appeal upheld the decision in Raguin (Litigation Guardian of ) v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2011 BCCA 482 , that ICBC must pay for necessary massage therapy treatments when recommended by a doctor.

 

The Court found that massage… Read full article »

Rehabilitation Programs

DateOctober 18, 2011 CategoryICBC Claims, Personal Injury Tags

Why is following a rehabilitation program important to your legal case?

In law, the plaintiff (injured party) has an obligation to mitigate his or her losses. This means the plaintiff must take reasonable steps to minimize the losses she suffers by following the doctor’s advice regarding treatment and getting back… Read full article »

Driver and Ministry share $1.1 million responsibility for B.C. pedestrian’s injuries

DateSeptember 29, 2011 CategoryICBC Claims, News, Personal Injury TagsTags:

We’ve been working on this case for a few years, and we’re pleased that our client, Selina Meghji, will soon be compensated for the grievous injuries she sustained after being hit by a car.

As reported in this August 17, 2011 Vancouver Sun article:

B.C. Supreme Court

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Differences between cyclists and motorists – it goes beyond the presence of an engine

DateSeptember 25, 2011 CategoryICBC Claims, Personal Injury TagsTags: ,

Cyclists and motorists are subject to the same rules of the road. That fact sometimes leads people to think cyclists and motorists fare equally when it comes to claiming accident benefits.

That isn’t the case, mainly because…

Uninsured cyclists are the norm

Cyclists don’t need the same type of insurance… Read full article »

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