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  • Episode 44: ICBC Changes, Winter Driving, Tow Yards Refusing to Release Vehicles Back to Drivers

    Paul Doroshenko returns to speak to Kyla about how the provincial government is implementing new limits on the use of duelling experts in ICBC injury claims.⁣ They also discuss the rules surrounding clearing snow from your vehicle as well as why tow yards are refusing to release vehicles back to dri … Read more »

  • Episode 43: Scott MacDonald

    Kyla speaks to Scott MacDonald, the author of Cannabis Crashes: Myths and Truths. They discuss the book’s topics, including the scientific evidence between cannabis use and traffic collisions and the validity of biological drug tests to detect cannabis impairment. Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter: twitter … Read more »

  • Episode 42: Special guest Kaitlyn Perrin

    Kaitlyn Perrin, a lawyer at YYC Criminal Defence in Calgary, joins Kyla Lee to share her insights into driving law in Alberta. Including discussion of the Alberta Administrative Licence Suspension regime and how it compares to some of BC’s driving regulations. Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter: … Read more »

  • Episode 41: New federal semi-truck driver regulations, acquittal in fentanyl pills case

    The federal government is introducing new regulations for truck driver training next year in the wake of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Kyla and Paul discuss the acquittal of a man accused of possessing fentanyl pills after a BC Justice said his charter rights were violated. Follow Kyla Lee on Twit … Read more »

  • Episode 40: Special guest Thomas Harding, ICBC 'meat chart'

    Thomas Harding, of Trial Lawyers Advocacy Group, joins Kyla Lee to discuss, among other things, ICBC’s so-called meat chart. The insurer assigns values to different body parts should they be lost as a result of an auto accident. Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter: Follow Trial Lawyers … Read more »

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