ICBC Claims

A car accident can leave devastating injuries. Our lawyers are experienced in dealing with ICBC to help you get the compensation you deserve. If you have been injured, we will work with you to obtain Part 7 rehabilitation benefits so you can concentrate on what is most important, regaining your functioning, health and mobility. We work for you to obtain compensation for your pain and suffering, past income loss, loss of earning capacity, cost of future care, loss of housekeeping ability, in trust claims for friends/relatives and special expenses. We work with judicial settlement conferences, mediations and trial to obtain for you your rightful compensation.

Changes to ICBC Insurance Claims

Significant change are coming to ICBC claims in BC. As of April 1, 2019, ICBC is imposing a mandatory cap of $5,500 for pain and suffering from “minor injuries”. Additionally, the Civil Resolution Tribunal will handle disputes over “minor injury designation”. The definition of “minor injury” excludes serious impairment, incapacity, and permanent disfigurement. The regulation  expands the definition of “minor injuries” by adding to the list of specified injuries. A minor injury is not just scrapes and sprains. Whiplash is now included. Concussions and psychological conditions are also minor injuries if there is no incapacity beyond 16 weeks and if there is no substantial inability to perform the essential tasks of work/school, or activities of daily living.

If you have been injured in a car accident, let our experienced lawyers help you navigate the ICBC and court process.

Contact us to set up a free consultation with our lawyers.

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