The Law Show Episode 27: Different Types of Insurance

On a recent episode of the Law Show, John Cameron and Joe Murphy discussed various forms of insurance and some of the issues that arise in relation to different types of policies. John is new to Murphy Battista, but a long-time personal injury lawyer with over 15 years of experience.…
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The Law Show: Ep. 28: Homeowner, Life, and Disability Insurance

On this episode of The Law Show, Vancouver-based Murphy Battista lawyers Joe Murphy and John Cameron discuss homeowner and tenant insurance as well as life insurance and disability insurance. The two also take time to discuss and dispel the myths surrounding insurance fraud.
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Law Talk: A Common Sense Approach to ICBC Part 7 Benefits with Kevin Gourlay

Kevin Gourlay’s recent seminar on ICBC Part 7 Benefits provides a straightforward review of the benefits you are entitled to if you have been in a car accident whether or not you are at fault for causing the accident. The availability of the benefits, even if you are partially responsible…
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The Law Show: Ep. 27: ICBC Insurance: Things to Know

On this episode of The Law Show, Vancouver-based Murphy Battista lawyers Joe Murphy and John Cameron discuss the common things you should know about vehicle insurance, the difference between ICBC and private insurers and the importance of signing up for Underinsured Motorist Protection.
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The Law Show: Ep. 26: Litigation Loans

On this episode of The Law Show, Vancouver-based Murphy Battista lawyers Stephen Gibson and Scott Stanley discuss the importance of retaining an experienced lawyer to guide a child’s personal injury case, the danger of litigation loans, some options that allow injured people to avoid this form of financing, and key…
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The Law Show Episode 25: Insurance Fraud and Digital Surveillance

In a recent episode of AM 650’s “The Law Show,” Stephen Gibson and I spent some time discussing fraudulent claims as well as some of the surveillance techniques that ICBC and private insurers use in personal injury litigation. Because these issues are relevant to the general public as well as…
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The Law Show: Ep. 25: Insurance Fraud

On this episode of The Law Show, Vancouver-based Murphy Battista lawyers Stephen Gibson and Scott Stanley dispel some myths surrounding fraudulent insurance claims, discuss the differences between judge alone trials and jury trials, and provide a brief overview of the basic procedural steps that precede trial. The two also discuss…
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The Law Show Episode 24: Disability insurance – Things you need to know.

In this episode of The Law Show Joe Murphy spent some time discussing disability claims and the legal issues that arise when your insurer refuses to honour a disability benefits policy. Lawsuits arising from disability insurance  account for about 10% of the work that we do at Murphy Battista. The…
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The Law Show: Ep. 22: Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

On this episode of the Law Show, Vancouver-based Murphy Battista lawyers Scott Stanley and Bill Dick discuss brain injuries with a specific focus on mild traumatic brain injury. Scott and Bill also explain some of the legal issues surrounding sport-based injuries including injuries that are the result of boating and…
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The Law Show Episode 22: Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

In a recent episode of AM 650’s “The Law Show,” Bill Dick and Scott Stanley spent some time discussing brain injuries with a specific focus on mild traumatic brain injury. Bill and l also explained some of the legal issues surrounding sport-based injuries including brain injuries that are the result…
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The Law Show: Ep. 21: New Kelowna Office

On this episode of the Law Show, Vancouver and Kelowna-based Murphy Battista lawyers Scott Stanley and Bill Dick discuss the new Kelowna branch of Murphy Battista LLP and Bill’s experience as a personal injury lawyer. The episode also focuses on the common fears and anxieties that personal injury clients have…
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The Law Show: Ep. 12: Evidence, Finding a Lawyer and Starting an ICBC Claim

Scott Stanley and Kevin Gourlay discuss the importance of expert and lay witnesses evidence on pre and post accident behaviours in brain injury cases as well as the types of cases and circumstances where people should seriously consider getting a lawyer. They also discuss how Murphy Battista helps clients while they are waiting…
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The Law Show: Ep. 11: Brain Injuries in Young Children

Joe Murphy, QC and Stephen Gibson discuss brain injuries with reference to limitation periods in cases involving young children, what kind of information you should bring with you when you go see your lawyer, how Murphy Battista approaches evaluating a case and other types of injuries and what insurance may be available.
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The Law Show: Ep. 10: When to Get Legal Advice and What You Need to Know about ICBC Claims Procedures

Joe Murphy, QC and Stephen Gibson discuss issues that arise if a lawyer does both plaintiff’s personal injury and takes on ICBC defence cases. They also outline the circumstances where it is particularly important to get legal advice and representation in an ICBC case. They go on to review reporting, medical authorizations and reports,…
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The Law Show: Ep. 7: Parental Consent, Car Insurance and Teen Drivers, The Value of a Good Homeowner’s Policy, Limits on Damages for Pain and Suffering and the Importance of Capacity and Elderly Parents

Joe Murphy, Q.C. and Joe Battista, Q.C. discuss insurance topics from what parental consent for a school outing means, through considerations for insuring your teen driver to the reasons why you should take time to make sure you have both the proper kind of insurance and a sufficient amount. In…
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