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Civil Litigation Civil Litigation - Venting frustrations online

In a recent BC Supreme Court ruling, a BC wedding photographer was awarded $115,000 after enduring months of “vindictive” online reviews by an upset client. Background An engaged couple hired

Personal Injury “I was injured in a hit and run accident”: what are my options?

Ordinarily, when you are in a car accident, you stop and exchange information with the other driver including getting their name, driver’s license number and insurance details. Then, you report

Personal Injury Determining Fault In A Car Crash

If you were a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a car accident, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim – unless you are found

Personal Injury Recovering Damages For A Psychological Injury Without A Formal Diagnosis

A recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling determined that the courts do not need a psychologist to find that someone has suffered psychological changes because of an accident. This might

Personal Injury How ICBC is planning to limit personal injury settlements and how the NDP government is helping

No one likes to see auto insurance rates rise. From our perspective, it puts the burden of paying for accidents caused by bad drivers squarely on the backs of good