CBM Lawyers Blog

How Will ICBC’s New Rules On PI Caps Affect Me?

The bottom line is that ICBC will be tightening the purse strings wherever it can, including (we can assume) on claims outside of this new cap.  The best way to protect yourself under this new system is to have your injury assessed by your doctor and to meet with a lawyer if your claim is either a “major” injury or might end up to be a major injury due to the duration of treatments needed.

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Choosing To Go Without A Corporate Lawyer Could Cost You In The Long Run

When clients maintain their own minute books, they invariably forget to file the annual reports, neglect to draft and sign shareholders and directors resolutions, and fail to keep corporate records up to date. That means that ‘saving’ the legal fees can end up costing them far more.

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Been Injured? Don’t “Post” About It!

Why is it problematic to post about an accident?  If you’ve started a lawsuit for the purpose of seeking compensation for an injury, you can bet that one of the first things opposing counsel will look for is any information you posted on the internet about the accident. And that’s a no-win situation.

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Why the Province of B.C. Wants You to Have a Will

This year the Province of B.C. declared April 8 – 14 to be “Make a Will Week”.  During this time, you may have heard radio programs and read newspaper articles on the importance of making and updating your Will.  Wills are not mandatory for B.C. citizens, so why would our government take such steps to promote this legal document?

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