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Who are these Register Care Advisors and how do they impact your claim   With the introduction of the No-fault scheme of ICBC starting April 1, 2019, the government has established a new group of doctors to assess injured claimants called Registered Care Advisors (“RCA”). There is...

ICBC is Limiting Expert Reports, What Does This Mean for Your Claim? On February 11, 2019, the NDP, through the Attorney Genera (David Eby), unilaterally changed the Rules of Court without the usual consultation with the Rules of Court Committee, a committee which is made up...

It didn't take long for the NDP government to ruin ICBC by listening to no-one but ICBC   ICBC just announced a cap of $5,500 on “minor” injuries but their definition of “minor “ covers almost every injury. Then, trying to justify the fact they are screwing...

Whiplash is one of the most common ailments people experience when in a motor accident - especially if someone has been rear-ended. So do you have Whiplash? Let’s take a deeper look. Whiplash is a general term that is thrown around at the first sign of any neck...

ICBC claims poverty, when they rake in large profits You might have seen in the media that ICBC is crying wolf saying they are losing massive amounts of money from Basic Insurance coverages. Meanwhile, they are making even better profits from Optional Insurance. So why is...