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Case Summary: Klimek v. Lockhart, 2023 BCSC 582

After our client was injured in a rear-end collision, ICBC tried to argue that she had been exaggerating the impact of her injuries. The insurer believed there was no causal link between her accident and her injuries, blaming them instead on a collision that had occurred years prior. To learn more about how Preszler Injury Lawyers was able to assist this deserving client to recover the damages she was owed, click here.

How Can Social Media Impact Your Insurance Claim?

The average social media users engages with more than six platforms every day. In this digital age, many of our lives are on display online for friends, acquaintances, and strangers to see. People who are pursuing personal injury claims have good reasons to be wary of over-sharing on social media, or indeed, of sharing any personal information online at all. To learn more about how social media posts can unintentionally impact a person’s insurance claim, click here.

Case Summary: Miller v. Cox, 2023 BCSC 349

Playing recreational sports can be physically demanding, and players assume the risk of sustaining injuries when they choose to participate in the activity. However, sometimes players can behave in a negligent, dangerous manner that violates the other players’ reasonable expectations of safe play. After our client was slide-tackled during a North Vancouver soccer game, the Court found the at-fault player from the opposing team liable for the injuries he sustained. Click here to learn more.

Case Summary: D.J.W. v. Biswal, 2023 BCSC 148

Despite suffering serious and ongoing physical and psychological injuries in a motor vehicle accident, ICBC fought back against our deserving client, who had been only 12 years old at the time of his accident. With assistance from Preszler Injury Lawyers, he was able to recover the fair compensation he was rightfully owed. Click here to read more.

Case Summary: Page v Roy, 2022 BCSC 1802

After being involved in a motor vehicle accident, our client sustained several injuries that impacted her ability to perform the duties of her job. Despite the defendants’ attempts to argue against her claim, with assistance from Preszler Injury Lawyers, our client was able to recover non-pecuniary damages, as well as compensation for past wage losses and loss of future earning capacity. To read more about the case, click here.

Safety Tips for Winter Storms

The most recent burst of bad weather has coated the South Coast of the province in heavy, wet snow. Thousands of residents have experienced power outages, travel disruptions, icy walking conditions, and other weather-related issues. Despite our hopes for an early dose of Spring, it appears like the winter weather is here to stay. To read about some safety tips to prepare for the next round of bad weather, click here.

Case Summary: Pruett v Robert, 2023 BCSC 49

After a motor vehicle accident on the highway caused our client to sustain injuries, his insurance company disputed his credibility, the causation of the accident, our client’s duty to mitigate his damages, and his loss of future earning capacity. With help from Preszler Injury Lawyers, he was able to recover compensation. To learn more about the case, click here.

Investigating Sexual Abuse in the Canadian National Baptist Convention

According to a third party investigation released in 2022, the voices of hundreds of victims of sexual abuse within the Southern Baptist Convention were silenced when they tried to speak out about their experiences. The findings appear to indicate that, over the last two decades, more than 700 members of America’s largest Protestant church were subjected to sexual abuse, and that reports of this widespread misconduct were actively suppressed by the organization’s leadership. These shocking allegations have caused concerns about historic abuse in the Canadian National Baptist Convention. Click here to read more.


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