Revisions to ICBC Part 7 Accident Benefits – What They Mean for You

On April 1, 2019, many changes came into effect which alter how ICBC treats no-fault benefit claims (sometimes known as Part 7 claims). Among the most significant changes are increases to the wage loss, homemaker, and death benefit amounts available. Previously, the government increased coverage from $150,000 to $300,000 for…

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November 10, 2014

Jeffrey J. Nieuwenburg

Jeffrey J. Nieuwenburg

Insurance Disputes: What are household belongings worth?

People buy home or tenants insurance so they are covered if the unexpected happens. But even if damage is covered by insurance, will you and your insurance company be able to agree on the value of lost items and the appropriate cost of repairs? Today CBC’s Go Public reported about…

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December 17, 2013

Jeffrey J. Nieuwenburg

Jeffrey J. Nieuwenburg

Do I need a lawyer? ICBC’s ad campaign…what they don’t tell you.

You may have seen the new ICBC ads in a local paper, at a bus stop or online. ICBC’s new ad campaign suggests that those injured in vehicle accidents should make informed decisions about how to handle an ICBC claim. The ads encourage people to understand their rights. We couldn’t…

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How Social Media can affect your claim

For many of people, it is difficult to remember a time before social media.  Facebook, Youtube and Twitter have changed the way we communicate.  Social media has left its mark on the courtroom.  Below are questions and answers about how the Courts have made use of this new technology. Can…

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