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Mussio Goodman Successful at Trial in Overturning Will For Disinherited Clients
August 8th, 2016

We are pleased to announce that reasons for judgement were just released in our case Sharma v. Sharma Estate, 2016 BCSC 1397. The case centered on the Estate our clients’ mother, and her Will that disinherited three children in favour of one son. In the Will, the defendant stood to inherit the ent... Read more »

Mussio Goodman Prevents ICBC Doctor Examination of Our Client 
August 5th, 2016

We are pleased to announce our recent success in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in defending our client’s interests by preventing an independent medical examination (IME) with a neurologist chosen by ICBC. IMEs are often obtained by both the claimant and ICBC over the course of a claim in... Read more »

Court Denies ICBC’s Application To Obtain Our Client’s Medical Records
June 30th, 2016

Advancing an ICBC claim for injuries and lost wages requires a claimant to disclose relevant medical and employment records. However, ICBC should not be entitled to a “fishing expedition” by gaining access to a claimant’s entire medical and employment history with the hopes of finding somethin... Read more »

Jury Awards Our Client $216,500 After ICBC Offered Zero Dollars Before Trial
March 17th, 2016

As reported in the Vancouver Sun, 24 Hours Vancouver and Global News, Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce that, after a two week trial conducted by our lawyers Jeff Locke and Michelle Gillespie in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the jury awarded our client $216,500 for pain and suffering,... Read more »

ICBC to Pay $350,000 in Punitive Damages for False “Injury Fraud” Accusation
March 7th, 2016

The BC Supreme Court has ordered ICBC to pay an injured claimant more than $350,000 due to the corporation’s ‘malicious’ and ‘odious’ false accusations of making a fraudulent injury claim. Yesterday’s decision in Arsenovski v. Bodin 2016 BCSC 359 underscores the court’s strong... Read more »