ICBC Claims Lawyers

Helping Car Accident Victims For 50 Years

Simpson, Thomas & Associates (formerly Simpson & Company) specializes in ICBC claims and was the first law firm in Vancouver to restrict its practice to helping victims of car accidents.

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 to do at the scene of a car accident

June 25, 2019

 

Being in a car accident can be very stressful. If you find yourself in a motor vehicle accident the first thing you should do is to check to make sure that everyone is safe. If anyone is injured call an ambulance and have the emergency personnel check over everyone involved in the accident. You might want to attend the hospital or check in with your family doctor as well.

You should exchange information with all of the other drivers involved. If you are able, it’s always a good idea to take photos of the vehicles, plates, registrations and licences of drivers involved.…

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What is the minor injury cap and what does it mean for my ICBC claim?

April 16, 2019

As ICBC claims lawyers in Vancouver, we receive numerous calls and questions regarding the new ICBC caps on minor injuries. The question is; what is the minor injury cap and what does it mean for my ICBC claim?

The current provincial government has implemented legislation that limits recovery on the pain and suffering for accidents that happened after April 1, 2019.  It is often referred to as the minor injury cap.  The minor injury cap does not apply to wage loss or medical expenses.  The minor injury cap applies only to injuries that are defined in the legislation.  A minor injury is defined as: scrapes, bruises, sprains or strains (soft tissue injuries), and TMJ injuries (tempromandibular joint – the joint which connects your lower jaw to your skull) that do not cause “serious impairment” for longer than 12 months. …

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