Canada’s citizens are known worldwide for demonstrating an uncommonly high degree of care and concern for their fellow countrymen. However, this penchant for politeness can work against your interests in an automobile accident. Under certain circumstances, a polite apology after a car crash might be interpreted as an admission of liability. The legislature in British … Continue reading Is Apologizing After a Car Accident Admitting Fault?
Of all the types of automobile collisions, few are as dangerous as a T-bone accident. Commonly referred to as a side-impact crash, this results when the front of one vehicle collides with the side of another. Many victims of these accidents never see the other car until the moment of impact. Additionally, an impact to … Continue reading What Happens When Your Car is T-Boned?
Crashing a car is one of life’s most stressful events. Sudden, unexpected injuries, transportation issues that limit your ability to get back to work, and the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle will compound the anxiety. If your vehicle was hit through little to no fault of your own, ICBC might provide money to … Continue reading How Does the ICBC Determine if a Car is a Write-Off?
Trial Success: Our lawyers Nathanial Hartney and Tyler Dennis recently reasons for judgment for Dale v. Vickers, 2019 BCSC 821 handed down by Madam Justice Fleming. This was a complex case involving a young legal assistant that was injured in three separate motor vehicle accidents, the first occurring May 8, 2013. Prior to speaking with a lawyer, … Continue reading Another Trial Success!