There are two types of ICBC claims: a no fault claim (often called a “Part 7 claim”) and a tort claim. Part 7 claims can provide you with a small amount of income replacement benefits and up to $150,000 in medical treatment expenses. Part 7 benefits are available to you even if the accident was […]
Joseph Fearon, a partner with Preszler Law BC, appeared on CBC radio Daybreak South and then again on Daybreak North to talk about PTSD and truck drivers. Truck drivers can unfortunately face serious injuries due to their jobs. Their long hours on the road make it more likely for them to be involved in an […]
Preszler Law Firm’s Dairn Shane and Joseph Fearon recently attended the Supreme Court of Canada on what will likely be a precedent setting case on how the Canadian law defines psychological injuries, arguing for a more inclusive approach for personal injury victims. Dairn Shane represented a vulnerable client who was, unfortunately, incapable of giving evidence at trial due to his serious […]
The minutes after a serious bike accident can be a painful and confusing time. Unfortunately, victims must act quickly amid the chaos. Preszler Law’s Christopher McDougall discusses what to do if you’re involved in a cycling accident and how you can avoid injury while sharing the road with motorists.
In January 2017, Dairn Shane and Joe Fearon of Preszler Law will be attending the Supreme Court of Canada to argue how psychological injuries should be defined and proven in personal injury claims. The client is an incompetent person who was awarded $100,000.00 by a British Columbia Trial Judge for a psychological injury arising from […]