During our province’s most devastating wildfire season on record, air quality in different parts of British Columbia was among some of the worst in the world. Poor air quality resulting from wildfires affects everybody, but for certain vulnerable individuals – including those suffering from chronic respiratory diseases – the impacts of wildfire season can be overwhelming. In addition to adversely affecting their physical health, by exacerbating symptoms of their illnesses, poor air quality can make it impossible for people suffering from chronic respiratory illnesses from carrying out the tasks of their job. To read more, click here.
After being involved in a car accident, our client suffered injuries resulting in pervasive, ongoing pain. The Defendants in this case admitted liability or the car accident that led to our client’s injuries. However, they argued that the Plaintiff failed to mitigate his injuries by failing to undergo necessary courses of medical treatment. Furthermore, they argued that his injuries were the result of pre-existing conditions, and not related to the accident in which he was involved. To learn how Preszler Injury Lawyers were able to help this unfairly treated car accident survivor get fair compensation, click here.
In a decisive and significant win at Trial, Preszler Injury Lawyers were able to help our deserving client secure over $1 million in damages. Judgments over this amount are rare. In this case, the ruling illustrates that unfair tactics used by ICBC to undermine the credibility of injured car accident survivors should not be tolerated. To read more about the case and the legal assistance provided by Preszler Injury Lawyers, click here.
During the hot summer months, homeowners with pools on their premises often invite friends, neighbours, and family members to their homes to cool down and enjoy some fun in the sun. However, pools can be dangerous and guests of all ages can be easily injured while using these enjoyable amenities. To learn about your responsibilities as a pool owner and the safety measures that should be taken to reduce the risk of injuries on your property, click here.
After being injured in a car accident, ICBC called our client’s integrity into question, arguing that she was unreliable because she overstated or contradicted her own evidence. They also contested our client’s past and future loss of earning capacity as a result of her injuries. With assistance from managing partner Christopher McDougall, our deserving client was able to recover fair compensation. Click here to read more.
After suffering injuries that continued to impact her quality of life for nearly six years, a car accident survivor was awarded the compensation she deserved. With assistance from counsel Mia Zanic, our deserving clients was able to disprove ICBC’s argument that her injuries were related to prior motor vehicle accidents. To learn more about the case, click here.
After being injured in a car accident, our client suffered the effects of serious injuries. Her accident-related medical complaints had real-world financial implications, including past wage losses and a reduced future earning capacity. In an attempt to reduce the damages awarded to our client, ICBC tried arguing that her current medical issues were largely the result of pre-existing conditions. To learn how Preszler Injury Lawyers was able to assist this deserving client, click here.
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.