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The Truth Behind ICBC Injury Caps

In recent months, ICBC has been discussing the possibility of placing caps on their payouts for personal injuries related to auto vehicle accidents in British Columbia. Specifically, proposed payout caps for “minor injuries” will be $5,500 if this proposal becomes law. These changes are apparently being taken into consideration because of recent financial troubles that

ICBC to Cap Most Injury Claims at $5500

ICBC to Cap Most Injury Claims at $5500

Like many of you, we have been closely following this week’s news that ICBC wants to impose “injury caps” to reduce compensation for accident victims. There is one piece of good news: the proposed injury cap will not affect existing claims. It will only apply to claims for accidents that occur after April 1, 2019. People

Warnett Hallen Personal Injury Lawyer - ICBC Claims

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Accept ICBC’s First Offer

It’s no secret that ICBC claims can be complex. While they’re meant to assist you in the event of an accident, it’s also important to remember that they serve similar protections to the other party (or parties) involved in your accident. As a result, you should play it safe by assuming that the ICBC doesn’t always have

Warnett Hallen LLP - Personal Injury Lawyers Vancouver

Why It Is Important to Maintain a Safe Following Distance at All Times

In driving school, you likely learned that safe motorist should stay a safe distance behind the drivers in front of them. The truth is, like you, most drivers simply drive at what they deem to be a “comfortable” distance between other cars — a distance that’s generally too close for real safety. After all, there’s a reason driving schools