In British Columbia, distracted driving is the second leading cause of car accident fatalities and the cause of one-quarter of all crashes. Driver distraction entails attention being diverted from driving tasks. This can result in significant costs to society, such as: tragic loss of life, serious injuries, health expenses, property … Continue reading
You may have been involved in an accident and been to ICBC or heard that your claim is considered LVI. What is that?
LVI is an abbreviation for Low Velocity Impact. It is a category that an adjuster at ICBC may put your claim into if the vehicle you were … Continue reading
An accident in a rental car can be concerning as different insurance issues can arise. It is important to discuss the rental agreement with your car accident lawyers in Vancouver. There can be different insurance coverage amounts that should be investigated and confirmed.
As in any accident, you should first … Continue reading
Injury-causing intersection accidents happen for a variety of reasons. The general term for what happens is that one driver fails to yield the right of way to the other. Examples of failing to yield the right of way are: failing to stop at a stop sign, stopping at a stop … Continue reading
Rear-end collisions are one of the most common kinds of collisions. They are notorious for causing whiplash injuries which are an extension and flexion of the neck caused by whipping of the head when it is propelled forward by a car striking from the rear. This action is thought to … Continue reading