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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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Can I Make An ICBC Claim If I Am Injured On Or By An Electric Bike, Scooter, Or Skateboard?

May 26, 2020

There are many ways to get around, including electric bikes, scooters, and skateboards. People using these forms of transportation are particularly vulnerable to serious injury — a major accident could leave a rider with bone fractures, an injury to the spinal cord, or a brain injury.  Car accident lawyers are often asked about injury claims arising from electric bike, scooter, or skateboard accidents. Is it possible to make a claim if you are injured on or by an electric bike, scooter, or skateboard?

Injuries Arising From Accidents Involving E-Bikes, Scooters, or Skateboards

It is possible to make a claim if you are injured in an accident on an electric bike, scooter, or skateboard, and it may also be possible to make a claim if you were injured in an accident caused by the operator of an electric bike, scooter or skateboard.…

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Remembering Komagata Maru Day

May 23, 2020

On May 23, 2020 we join the community and take a moment to remember Komagata Maru Day.  In 1914, a ship named Komagata Maru carrying 376 passengers, prospective immigrants from the Punjab region of India, arrived in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.  The majority of those on board were refused entry to Canada, as the ship did not meet the ‘continuous journey regulations’.  After two months of being held on board the ship, those passengers who had been refused entry were returned to India.

Upon the ship’s return to Calcutta, India police tried to arrest those on board that the British Raj viewed as lawbreakers and ‘dangerous political agitators’. …

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