14Sep 2016

Reasons for judgment were released this week in the case of Symons v. ICBC.  This case involved a claim by the plaintiff for damages that occurred as a result of a motor vehicle accident that had happened on April 20, 2008.  The plaintiff was a 26 year old female at the time of the accident.  […]

14Sep 2016

This great You Tube Video is a great one to show any of your teenage drivers, and really is a great video for us all to watch and understand the potential consequences of that decision to check your phone while your driving. Distracted driving causes car crashes, injuries and changed lives.

12Sep 2016

Distracted driving is dangerous.  It is one of the biggest contributors to accidents, deaths due to car accidents and injuries due to car accidents according to ICBC.  Below are the top 5 misperceptions about distracted driving laws: Using your phone while stuck in traffic or waiting at an intersection is OK – MISPERCEPTION.  The law […]

09Sep 2016

An award of damages for pain and suffering, also called “non-pecuniary” damages, is made to compensate the plaintiff for the loss of enjoyment of life they experience and will continue to experience as a result of the injuries suffered in an accident.  Reasons for judgment were released today in the case of Starchuk v. Hannig, […]

08Sep 2016

Every year in BC 72 kids are injured in crashes in school and playground zones.  With kids returning to school this week, police will be stepping up enforcement of speed limits in school zones.  Here are some tips from ICBC to help drivers keep kids safe: Every school day, unless otherwise posted, a 30 km/h […]