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ICBC caps are being misunderstood

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…
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Don’t leave road safety to chance

“Mr. Road Safety” has pulled another boner. Unfamiliar with that expression? According to the ever reliable online urban dictionary: “…in time, the expression “to pull a boner”, meant…a bad blunder; a mistake that was costly….
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Inattentive drivers charged criminally

Inattention is criminal. Or is it? You be the judge. R. v. Dunford, 2015 SKQB 386 Keith Dunford, and inattentive driver, was driving through a highway construction zone with signs cautioning to be prepared to…
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Proper headrest adjustments can save you money

Improper headrest adjustments are one of many standard allegations ICBC makes against victims of negligent driving. The allegation is almost always made in a formal document called a Response to Civil Claim. A recent example:…
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