Daughter starts personal injury claim against mother. Mother is in no way affected.

I once started a claim for a daughter who had been injured while riding as a passenger in a vehicle driven by her mother. The mother had proper insurance through ICBC, and the daughter’s injuries were long term but not totally disabling. This motor vehicle accident had occurred approximately 2 years ago. Thankfully, the daughter was […]

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$350,000 in Punitive Damages Awarded Against ICBC for Malicious Prosecution

http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/sc/16/03/2016BCSC0359.htm The Supreme Court of British Columbia recently found ICBC liable for malicious prosecution. $350,000 in punitive damages were awarded against ICBC. Additionally $30,000 plus an amount for legal fees was awarded against ICBC and their investigator Mr. Gould. The entire matter arose from a motor vehicle accident, which occurred on January 31, 2000.  Mrs. Arsenovski, who at the time […]

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