Personal Injury



Dealing with the aftermath of injuries received in a car accident or through another person’s negligent behavior can be emotionally and financially challenging as well as time-consuming. If you weren’t at fault and you’re pursuing compensation through a claim with ICBC or other provider, RDM can help.

With our knowledge of BC injury law and years of experience working with ICBC, we can help you get the compensation you deserve in a timely and professional manner. Our team of legal professionals understand your rights as the victim of an accident and can advise you on what to expect as we guide you through the claims process. Having an experienced personal injury lawyer working with you from the beginning is critical to achieving a successful outcome in your personal injury claim.

In over 45 years of practice, RDM Lawyers have successfully handled thousands of personal injury claims including:

Head injuries (from mild trauma to severe brain damage)
Paraplegia, quadriplegia and other neurologic injuries
Broken bones
Whiplash and other soft tissue injuries
Psychological injuries
Neurologic Injuries

Damages can be recovered for:
Pain and suffering
Out of pocket expenses
Wage loss
Costs of future medical care and treatment
Loss of future earning capacity and opportunities

As your personal injury lawyers, we will advise you on how to proceed with your claim and support you throughout the entire settlement process, including advocating for you in court if necessary. Contingency fees are available in most cases. This means you don’t pay anything up front for our services but only once a settlement is reached.

If you’re pursuing a personal injury claim, call RDM. We’ve got a lawyer for that.

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