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Wes Mussio is a personal injury lawyer in Vancouver, BC. He has helped people throughout the province with claims against ICBC since 2002.
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Wes Mussio

Wesley Mussio grew up in Trail, British Columbia and graduated from J.L. Crowe Senior Secondary in 1982.

 

After a one-year session at Selkirk College in Castlegar, BC, Wesley Mussio moved to the University of British Columbia (“UBC”) into the Faculty of Forestry. He ended up graduating in 1986 with a BSF (Bachelor of Science in Forestry).

 

Rather than immediately going into law school, Wesley Mussio decided to pursue a Registered Professional Forester (“RPF”) designation and took a year off school to work for the Ministry of Forests in Williams Lake and then West Fraser Mills in Quesnel. He then entered the Faculty of Law at UBC and graduated in 1990. Wes Mussio then took another six months out of law to finish off the necessary two-year training for his RPF designation.

 

Since becoming a lawyer in 1991, Wes Mussio began working in the area of ICBC injury claims, principally defending claims on behalf of ICBC. He worked as an ICBC defence lawyer for a little over a decade and then decided to move to the plaintiff only side to help injured parties. His first stint at plaintiff only work was at Murphy Battista but in 2011, Wesley Mussio decided to open his own firm called Mussio Law Group. This plaintiff only firm eventually became Mussio Goodman in 2015 when Eric Goodman became a partner. The law firm has quickly developed into one of the leaders in personal injury litigation as well as estate litigation.

 

Wesley Mussio prides himself on giving punctual service to his clients. His reputation in the industry helps maximize settlement offers. If necessary, and a settlement cannot be reached, Wes Mussio can attend at trial as he has been lead counsel on well over 200 Supreme Court and Court of Appeal trials.

[1] The plaintiff, Sharon Beggs, was injured in a motor vehicle accident on July 18, 2009. She suffered significant soft tissue and psychological injuries. Liability for …

[1] The plaintiff, the wife of the deceased testator Dr. Dominic Ciarniello, seeks a variation of her husband’s will of May 3, 2012 (“Will”) under the Wills Variation… 

[1] The plaintiff, Jacob Everett, claims damages for personal injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident which occurred on September 3, 2009. At the time…

[1] The plaintiff, Ms. Flores, asserts that she is the spouse or common law spouse of Mr. Duwayne Hull who died in Peru on December 9, 2012. The notice of…

[1] Timothy George (“Mr. George” or “Timothy George”) was injured on June 21, 2009 when the vehicle he was driving was struck by a vehicle driven by an…

[1] This is an appeal from a jury verdict assessing non-pecuniary damages in the amount of $51,300 for injuries that the appellant, Moon Hee Han, says she…

[1] The plaintiff, Russell Heyman, claims damages for personal injuries resulting from an incident that occurred on…

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[1] As a “public authority” under the Trade-marks Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. T-13, the appellant, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, has adopted a number of…

[1] My reasons for judgment determine the issue of liability for a motor vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection…

[1] Anne Maria Lantzius Strauss and the Canada Trust Company (executors) successfully applied to approve the last will and testament of John L. Lantzius, the…

[1] The late Magdolna Czuczor (the “Deceased”) was born on January 19, 1924 in an area of Romania that was under the rule of the then-Kingdom of Hungary. She and…

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