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ICBC Claim Lawyers in Vancouver – Helping Car Accident Victims Since 1969

 

Simpson, Thomas & Associates is a personal injury law firm with its head office in Vancouver.

We offer free consultations in the following languages: French, Punjabi, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Italian, Hindi, Tagalog, Russian, and Gujarati. We do not charge any fees unless your case is successful and continue to offer amongst the lowest contingency fee rates in British Columbia.

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Vancouver Brain Injury Lawyers Support Walkathon for Brain Injury Awareness Month

June 7, 2018

As a legal team that’s often called on to advocate for accident victims as brain injury lawyers, Simpson, Thomas & Associates (STA) is proud to sponsor the Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association’s annual walkathon as part of Brain Injury Awareness Month. The event will take place on Saturday, June 16, 2018, at Mill Lake Park, Abbotsford, BC.

Many acquired brain injuries are the result of motor vehicle accidents. At the heart of STA’s work as personal injury lawyers is a passion to help people heal and resume their lives. We’re proud once again to support the Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association, an organization whose vision aligns closely with our values.…

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Minor injury caps for motor vehicle injury claims across Canada

May 4, 2018

The BC Provincial government recently put forward legislation to implement minor injury caps for ICBC claims arising out of motor vehicle accidents from April 1, 2019 onward. This article is prepared by the ICBC claims lawyers at Simpson Thomas to explain how the minor injury cap legislation may not be what the typical British Columbian expects when they think of a “minor injury”. If you want to review the ICBC claims process before reading the article below, please consult our articles outlining the ICBC claims process.

Across Canada, there are two systems for compensating victims: an administrative system, often referred to as “no fault”, or a tort system, which is a fault-based system.…

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