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Rebuild Your Life After Injury

Simpson, Thomas & Associates has been helping British Columbians recover from traumatic accidents and other negligent acts for over 50 years. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident and are unsure about how to proceed, we encourage you to request a free consultation with our experienced legal team. 

We have resolved over 15,000 personal injury claims that include car accidents, slip and falls, and medical malpractice. In addition, our legal team has vast experience resolving claims that involve severe injuries, such as head and brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and quadriplegic and paraplegic injuries.

We work on a contingency fee basis; we won’t charge legal fees or disbursements unless your case is successful.

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Assault & Battery Claims Explained

September 13, 2022

Physical assaults happen in all kinds of situations. An attack at a sporting event, domestic violence, bar fights, and use of excessive force by a security guard or police officer are common examples. A victim of assault can suffer serious harm including concussion/brain injury, broken bones, permanent scarring, and lasting emotional trauma. If you have been the victim of assault and battery, you can bring a lawsuit against the wrongdoer to get compensation for physical and psychological injuries you suffered.

Is Assault And Battery a Criminal Or Tort Claim?

Many people think of assault and battery as criminal offences.…

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ICBC’S Attempt to Put Cap on Disbursements Found “Unconstitutional” by BC’s Supreme Court

August 30, 2022

Successful personal injury plaintiffs are entitled to recover damages as well as disbursements incurred to advance their case. A new law that attempted to put a cap on disbursements in ICBC claims was recently struck down by the BC court in Le v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2022 BCSC 1146, representing a major win for car accident victims.

Let’s break this decision down:

What Are Disbursements?

Disbursements include expenses such as court filing fees and process server fees, but also include more significant expenses such as fees for independent medical examinations, MRIs, and expert reports (e.g. medical opinions,  functional capacity evaluations, accountants, accident reconstruction engineer reports).…

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