The British Columbia Supreme Court recently provided its decision in the case of Dahlke v Davidson, 2023 BCSC 1884. The car accident took place on July 15, 2017. The plaintiff was attempting to leave a parallel parking spot in White Rock, British Columbia when he was struck by the defendant. ICBC argued that the accident … Continue reading “Case Summary: Dahlke v Davidson, 2023 BCSC 1884”
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