Our Personal Injury Lawyers
VANCOUVER PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS
A personal injury can have a huge impact on the way you live your life. When you are injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident, pedestrian or bicycle accident, motorcycle accident, bus accident, slip and fall, dog bite, or a dangerous product, you have certain rights and may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
The most common type of personal injury claims are road traffic accidents involving motor vehicles. If you are injured as ...
Pedestrians have very little protection if they are struck by a car, truck or other motor vehicle. Even accidents involving ...
As traffic congestion increases in Greater Vancouver and the rest of BC, more people are turning to mass transportation such ...
Motorcycle accidents can result in traumatic brain injury, multiple fractures, paralysis, and wrongful death. Motorcycle riders are often injured or ...
Bicyclists have very little protection if they are struck by a car, truck or other motor vehicle. Even accidents involving ...
Other Personal Injuries
We handle various types of personal injuries. You may have been a tenant and slipped and fell at a premises ...
From Our Blog
Dog Bite Injury Claims in BC
Dog Bite: The Law in British Columbia: Establishing Liability If you have been injured in a dog bite incident in British Columbia you have three legal avenues to pursue to establish liability against a dog owner: 1) scienter doctrine 2) negligence ...Read More →
What is Occupiers’ Liability in BC?
What is Occupiers’ Liability? This area of law involves those who have suffered injuries due to unsafe property conditions. In British Columbia the Occupiers Liability Act (“OLA”) details the legal obligations that occupiers owe to persons visiting their premises. Who is an ...Read More →
BC Supreme Court Strikes Down Civil Resolution Tribunal’s Jurisdiction in ICBC Cases
The Chief Justice of the BC Supreme Court released a 108-page decision today that strikes down portions of the Civil Resolution Tribunal Act as unconstitutional. The decision means that for motor vehicle accidents (ICBC Claims) that happened on or after ...Read More →
BC Extends Suspension of Civil Jury Trials Due to Covid-19
The Ministry of the Attorney General of BC announced today that it is extending the current suspension of civil jury trials in the Supreme Court of B.C. until October 8, 2022 due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and its affect ...Read More →
What are the ICBC Minor Injury Caps for Accidents after April 1, 2019?
Have you been injured in an accident on or after April 1, 2019 only to be told by the ICBC Claims Adjuster that the maximum settlement is $5,500.00 for pain and suffering (or $5,627.00 after April 1, 2020)? I have ...Read More →
Top 10 Things to do after a Car Accident in B.C.
I grew up watching the late show with David Letterman and one of my favourite segments on his show was the top ten list. So in his honour as he recently retired, here is my top ten things to do ...Read More →