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Helping Car Accident Victims For 50 Years

Simpson, Thomas & Associates (formerly Simpson & Company) have been helping the victims of car accidents for 50 years.

With offices in Burnaby, Delta/Surrey, Abbotsford, and Vancouver, we offer free consultations in all languages. There are no legal fees or disbursements unless your case is successful.  We continue to offer some of the lowest contingency fee rates in British Columbia.

 

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What Happens if I Change Lawyers During my ICBC Claim?

March 23, 2021

There is a lot at stake in an ICBC claim, particularly if you have been seriously injured. After a major accident, you may suffer lost wages or be unable to work altogether. You may no longer be able to go about your daily life without pain. You only have one chance to make your claim. It is essential that you have the best personal injury lawyer on your side—someone who will protect your legal interests and ensure you recover the compensation you deserve.

If you don’t think you have the best personal injury lawyer…

You can change representation if you do not think that you have the best personal injury lawyer for your case. …

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Top 5 Things to Know About the ICBC Minor Injury Definition

March 9, 2021

BC’s minor injury legislation will capture many car accident claims and has the potential to significantly impact entitlement to personal injury compensation. Here are the top five things to know about the ICBC minor injury definition.

The ICBC minor injury definition is broad. The definition of a minor injury in BC’s Insurance (Vehicle) Act includes abrasions, contusions, lacerations, sprains and strains. But the regulations also include types of injuries that are—or have the potential to be—much more serious, such as chronic pain syndrome, TMJ disorder, certain whiplash associated disorders, concussions, and psychological or psychiatric conditions. If the ICBC minor injury definition applies, your general damages are “capped.”

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