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  • Headaches – Whiplash v. Tension-Type

    The topic we will discuss in this case is headaches. The Plaintiff suffered from persistent and debilitating headaches. Headaches are a common symptom that may result post motor vehicle collision. There are different types of headaches however and various types of treatment that may or may not assis … Read more »

  • OVER 40 LEGAL ARTICLES RELATING TO PERSONAL INJURY LAW

    Today’s blog post is a “Year in Review.”  We have written 40 articles on triable legal issues in 2019.  Each of these articles are enumerated below with their links for ease of access to the subject article. You will notice in each article, if you scroll to the bottom of the page, you will see furth … Read more »

  • Loss of future earning capacity

    This is a recent decision referenced as Winick v Goddard, 2020 BCSC 4 (CanLII) that involved a Plaintiff who was unfortunately involved in three motor vehicle collisions in 2013, 2015 and 2016.  As a result of these collisions, the client suffered chronic pain to her neck and back with resulting hea … Read more »

  • Video Deposition

    In this article, we will look at a case that deals with a Defendant’s application to seek a video deposition of their expert under oath before a court reporter prior to the trial of this case and that the said record of the stated deposition be tendered as evidence at the trial.  The case is helpful … Read more »

  • Failure to mitigate – lack of funds and exhaustion

    In reading these recent trial decisions, there are arguments that jump out at me that I need to write about.  Today’s article is on the topic of “mitigation”.  A Plaintiff, who was injured as a result of a motor vehicle collision was attending an “ICBC funded program” with a known national treatment … Read more »