VANCOUVER — When cyclist Todd Nickel embarked on his first 100-kilometre century ride along the Sea to Sky Highway on B.C. Day, he didn’t expect to end up in the hospital with several broken bones.
Opinion: We need insurance reforms and we need lower premiums for safe drivers, and we shouldn’t have to sign away our rights to get that.
In the final hour of today’s show, The BC legislature will be deciding on whether they will move to no fault insurance this week. Wyatt Pickett, brain injury advocate and president of the Victoria Brain Injury Society, joined Adam to explain how changes to ICBC will negatively impact those who are unable to represent themselves and the organizations that advocate for them. Adam closes out the program by taking calls from listeners.
It was a change designed to help douse the financial ‘dumpster fire’ at ICBC but the looming shift to no-fault insurance is causing serious concerns from groups representing people who have suffered brain injuries. Richard Zussman reports.
ICBC has announced some of the biggest changes in its history and a new economic analysis suggests a switch to no fault insurance will lead to some unintended consequences. Richard Zussman reports.
Monica Bruns, a director of the B.C. Paralegal Association and a case manager at Nixon Wenger LLP in Vernon, says forget about the lawyers that Attorney General David Eby wants to metaphorically kill off.
Attorney General David Eby has unveiled the legislation necessary to dramatically overhaul auto insurance in B.C., though in many cases it leaves key details to be decided later by government.
The Vancouver Sun – Vaughn Palmer: Cheaper, enhanced ICBC is more ‘framework’ than reality despite hype
Attorney General David Eby tabled the enabling legislation Wednesday for his ambitious makeover of auto insurance, vowing it would transform the corporate culture at ICBC while delivering a 20 per cent reduction in rates.
ICBC rehabilitation benefits and as an expert witness in litigation), I feel obliged to share my concerns about the proposed…
The big picture is that every injured citizen will be dealing directly — without legal advice or support — with a vast bureaucratic apparatus whose interest is split between offering benefits and protecting its bottom line…