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Gill v. Lai: B.C. Court of Appeal Reduces Damage Award to Victim of Multiple Car Accidents

Car accidents can have serious, long-term ramifications for your ability to earn a living. Many accident victims find they are unable to return to work for months or years afterwards. Even those who do return to work may find their ability to advance in their careers sharply curtailed by their accident-related injuries. The Two Accidents … Continue reading “Gill v. Lai: B.C. Court of Appeal Reduces Damage Award to Victim of Multiple Car Accidents”

How Does an Auto Accident Affect a Self-Employed Person’s Income?

If you are self-employed, an auto accident can have a devastating impact on your ability to earn a living. Especially if you work in an industry where client demand tends to fluctuate, it may be difficult to calculate the precise loss of income attributable to an accident. Nevertheless, B.C. judges have a legal duty to … Continue reading “How Does an Auto Accident Affect a Self-Employed Person’s Income?”

Dornan v. Stephens: How do Prior Brain Injuries Factor into a Personal Injury Claim?

If you have sustained serious injuries in a car accident, both the negligent driver and ICBC will go over your past medical history with a fine-tooth comb. It is in their interests to find anything in your past that might reduce their own liability for the accident. Even if the accident aggravated a pre-existing injury, … Continue reading “Dornan v. Stephens: How do Prior Brain Injuries Factor into a Personal Injury Claim?”

Laliberte v. Jarma: Does Being a Single Mother Affect a Personal Injury Award?

When it comes to personal injury claims arising from auto accidents in B.C., there is no one-size-fits all formula. A judge will take into account a number of factors related to the victim’s educational, employment, and even family status when determining damages for things like loss of past and future income or pain and suffering. … Continue reading “Laliberte v. Jarma: Does Being a Single Mother Affect a Personal Injury Award?”

Laliberte v. Jarma: Does Being a Single Mother Affect a Personal Injury Award?

When it comes to personal injury claims arising from auto accidents in B.C., there is no one-size-fits all formula. A judge will take into account a number of factors related to the victim’s educational, employment, and even family status when determining damages for things like loss of past and future income or pain and suffering. … Continue reading “Laliberte v. Jarma: Does Being a Single Mother Affect a Personal Injury Award?”

Goldie v McLean: Pair of Auto Accidents Cause Kelowna Welder Chronic Back Pain

One of the most common outcomes of an auto accident is chronic pain, particularly in the victim’s back. Indeed, such back pain may linger in a victim for years following an accident and affect his or her ability to work or carry out the basic activities of daily living. When the accident itself was the … Continue reading “Goldie v McLean: Pair of Auto Accidents Cause Kelowna Welder Chronic Back Pain”

The Basics of a Airplane Accident Personal Injury Claim

British Columbia Airplane Accident Lawyer A commercial and private airplane accident is often a life-changing event for victims and their family members, causing serious and debilitating injuries for some, and fatal wounds for others. All airplane accidents, however small or large, require thorough investigation by an experienced British Columbia airplane accident lawyer, even if you … Continue reading “The Basics of a Airplane Accident Personal Injury Claim”

British Columbia Seatbelt Laws: What you Need to Know

Cars have been equipped with seatbelts for decades.  The regulation of seatbelts and the impact that they have on both drivers and passengers in the unfortunate event of a motor vehicle crash have been the subject of much debate over the years. There are some schools of thought that would believe that seatbelts are not … Continue reading “British Columbia Seatbelt Laws: What you Need to Know”

 
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