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  • Distracted Driving in BC

    Mike Weightman from ICBC’s Road Safety Department was nice enough to accept my invitation to present at the Chilliwack Mt. Cheam Rotary Club on the hazards of distracted driving. Distracted driving is replacing drunk driving as the largest cause of death and injury on our roads. In the past not ever … Read more »

  • Distracted Driving in BC: Tickets, Point Penalties, Prohibitions and Other Penalties

    Depending on how you look at it, technology can be a boon or a bane. It makes our lives so much easier and better in many ways, but it also has its downsides. One of those negative aspects is that technology has become so portable, coming with us into our vehicles and distracting us from the very im … Read more »

  • Sharing the Road: The (Often Overlooked) Cyclist Right of Way

    “Share the road” is a common admonition but unfortunately those behind the wheel of a vehicle are often guilty of not following this safety principle — and legal requirement. In fact, a recent cycling safety study commissioned by the City of Vancouver analyzed collision statistics and found that in … Read more »

  • 11 signs you may have a brain injury

    As a personal injury lawyer I work with many people who have suffered from head trauma. As a result, I spend a great portion of my time reading through medical records and talking to my clients about their symptoms. I’ve learned that no two brain injuries are the same, and can be caused by a blow to … Read more »

  • Car vs. Pedestrian: is the driver always at fault?

    It’s often said that when it’s car vs. person, the car always wins. So does it follow that a driver who injures a pedestrian is automatically at fault?  You might think so, but that’s not always the case. We know that the safest place for pedestrians to cross is at a crosswalk. But in reality, peopl … Read more »