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Here the second part of your priorities for when you have been involved in a vehicle crash.
If we don’t have a plan of action figured out, our effectiveness can be non-existent when an emergency occurs
The bad news is that any time there is a high percentage with excellent outcomes, there is necessarily a lower percentage with poor ones…
After passive rehab therapies, active rehab kicks in.
Without having a clear negotiation goal, and holding a wet noodle instead of a sword…
'Fair financial compensation for loss' isn't always simple.
Years of driving without that horrible, perfect coincidence of vehicle placement and movement can lead us to driving on autopilot.
I look offending drivers in the eye, and ask what they know about my client’s injuries. Not one of them has even bothered to inquire.
If there was an error in my medical care and I suffered a devastating outcome, I would want a second, or perhaps third, legal opinion.
May each of us direct the powerlessness we might feel about things we cannot control, like cancer, into things we most certainly can.
Policy stirred up controversy in a culture where physical contact between coaches and players is a regular occurrence.
Over the years…column topics have shifted gear towards road safety as a campaign of “One Crash is Too Many” began taking shape.
A “huge settlement” means huge loss, and is therefor the worst outcome.
The law requires ICBC to provide full, fair compensation for those symptoms that would not have occurred absent the collision.
The critical witnesses I am referring to are those people in your life before the crash “witnessing” the way you related back then.
The defence managed to avoid compensating the plaintiff for a future of chronic pain…with…the “magic pill defence.”
Does our legal system provide for some sort of compensation for lost capability to do unpaid domestic chores?
I don’t feel comfortable unless I’ve got at least $2 million of liability insurance…
Follow the medical recommendations of your treatment team as if your ICBC claim didn't exist.
The irony (of last column) is that technology can be blamed for the car crash epidemic in the first place.