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  • Injured Client Awarded $683,810 at Trial After Rejecting Final Offer of $280,000May 29, 2017

    Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our success in the British Columbia Supreme Court case of Ackermann v. Pandhar, 2017 BCSC 880. The Court awarded our client $683,810 for injuries sustained in a 2011 motor vehicle accident, which substantially exceeded the insurance company’s final offer of $280 … Read more »

  • Mussio Goodman Obtains Over $250,000 For Client At TrialMay 12, 2017

    Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our success in the British Columbia Supreme Court decision of Sohal v. Singh, 2017 BCSC 734. Our client was awarded $252,431.79 in damages resulting from a car accident which occurred on November 26, 2011, where she sustained a fractured kneecap resulting in ong … Read more »

  • Court Denies ICBC’s Attempted “Fishing Expedition”May 3, 2017

    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 something they … Read more »

  • Court Rejects ICBC’s Application to Assess Our Client By ICBC DoctorJanuary 30, 2017

    Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our recent success in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in which we defended our client’s interests by preventing a medical assessment (IME) by a neurologist chosen by ICBC. IMEs are often obtained by both the claimant and ICBC during the litigation process … Read more »

  • Court Questions Credibility and Rejects Opinion of ICBC Doctor Martin GrypmaJanuary 10, 2017

    In claims involving personal injury, it is often necessary for both the claimant and ICBC to retain independent medical experts to assess the claimant’s injuries. The purpose is to have an independent doctor provide the parties – and ultimately the Court – with an impartial expert opinion on the cla … Read more »