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Veronica Medved

Veronica Medved
  • Location: Surrey, BC
  • Phone: (604) 579-0767
  • Fax: (778) 547-0505
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Education:

    LLB (Dean's List), University of Calgary, 2002
    BSc. (Dist.), University of Manitoba, 1998

Veronica is an experienced personal injury lawyer who acts exclusively for individuals who have been injured through the negligence of others.

Veronica was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and after moving to British Columbia grew up in White Rock where she continues to reside with her two young children.

Veronica completed a Science Degree at the University of Manitoba in 1998 before attending Law School at the University of Calgary where she graduated in 2002 with distinction.
Called to the British Columbia Bar in 2003, Veronica has focused her practice on litigating injury claims. Veronica has experience in all levels of court in British Columbia including the Court of Appeal.

Suffering an injury is one of the most stressful events that you can ever experience. I have spent the last 17 years assisting injury victims to obtain the treatment they need while ensuring that they are fairly compensated for the losses that they have suffered. I am extremely fortunate to be practicing personal injury law and take a very hands on approach with all of my clients.

When not at work, Veronica spends most of her time trying to keep up with her two young children.

Successful Cases

  • Broad v. Clark, 2018 BCSC 1069
    In Broad v. Clark, the Plaintiff was only 23 years old at the time of the collision. After T-boning the Defendant (who was found 100% responsible for the collision), the Plaintiff developed a traumatic lesion on her spine and chronic pain condition which disabled her from gainful employment. The Court awarded damages in the amount of $1,885,000, including $185,000 for pain and suffering and $1,297,146 in future income loss. Although her working history was short, the Court accepted that as a single mom, the Plaintiff was very attached to the workforce and would have worked on a full-time basis to the age of 70 without voluntary withdrawal.

*Disclaimer: The outcome of every legal proceeding will vary according to the facts and unique circumstances in each individual case. References to successful case results are not necessarily a guarantee or indicative of future results.

Professional Associations

  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia
  • Member, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association