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ICBC Tactics

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

It is an issue that has never before been addressed by our courts because no-one has ever made ICBC’s investigation tactics an issue in a trial ... until now. 

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

For collision injuries occurring on or after April 1, 2019, non-financial loss compensation for those temporary injuries will be capped at $5,500.00 (the “Cap”). The Cap is established by a government regulation called the “Minor Injury Regulation”.

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

A recent small claims decision highlights a common misunderstanding about our rights. And that ICBC doesn’t jump to clear up the confusion. I feel for the Claimant, Frank. He went step by step through the process outlined by ICBC to

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

ICBC has a video snippet of you frolicking on a Cancun beach with a margarita in your hand. It felt like they had rummaged through your underwear drawer, accessing and viewing private moments with family and friends. Read my column

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

In the old days it was the family photo album. And if ICBC wanted video footage they had to send a creepy “investigator” with a video camera. Now there are smart phones, Facebook, Instagram and whatever else that captures and

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

Reported discussions about “capping” injury claims reveal a misunderstanding about how ICBC claims work. Attorney-General David Eby is quoted to have said: “We’re looking at caps on minor pain and suffering awards, because there’s been an explosion in the size