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How Does Distracted Driving Impact Your Personal Injury Case in BC?

On July 23, 2002, Scott Rollins, an off-duty police officer, was driving between mall parking lots when a driver named Mr. Lovely struck his vehicle. In 2007, the case, Rollins v. Lovely, went all the way to the Supreme Court of British Columbia.    Seconds before the collision, Mr. Lovely, the defendant, received a cell…

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Why Fault Matters in Your ICBC Case

In a car, motorcycle, or truck accident case the determination of fault will play a big role in how your case progresses. This is because ICBC pays out three types of benefits.   You can expect ICBC to investigate crash responsibility for every claim. We do too, so that we can help you get the…

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Can The Other Driver Sue Me Too?

It’s not uncommon for drivers to disagree about who was “at fault” for an accident. If you take the suit to court and the court finds you are more than 51% at fault for the accident then you become the at-fault driver. At that point the other driver could sue you for the same damages…

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