Trial Lawyers of British Columbia Update

Trial Lawyers of British Columbia Update

The Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia (TLABC) recently submitted a detailed paper in response to changes in the Insurance (Vehicle) Amendment Act. TLABC specifically addressed changes to the ICBC under Bills 20 and 22 with a goal of improving transparency...
5 Apps That Will Make You a Safer Driver

5 Apps That Will Make You a Safer Driver

Distracted driving can lead to accidents and injuries that may cause you to search for lawyers in Prince George BC. Every year, more than 78 British Columbians die each year due to distracted driving. If you’re tempted to use your phone when driving, try these...
How to Avoid Texting While Driving

How to Avoid Texting While Driving

Once smartphones arrived on the scene, it wasn’t long before drivers started using them while behind the wheel. Making calls, sending texts, and even browsing social media while driving can lead to distraction – which ultimately can cause accidents. The Canadian...
Four Tips for Safe Summer Driving

Four Tips for Safe Summer Driving

For those who love to get behind the wheel, traffic-free summer roads can be a dream to drive on. But summer months can also bring their share of problems. Here are four tips that will help you drive safely through the summer. Keep Your Tires Fully Inflated Hot roads...
Motorcycle Safety & Regulations in BC

Motorcycle Safety & Regulations in BC

It’s summer, and for plenty of people, that’s the best time for motorcycle riding. Motorbike safety is especially important during this season. Motorbikes are involved in around 10 percent of traffic fatalities despite being just three percent of all...
How to Stay Safe on the Roads During Grad Season

How to Stay Safe on the Roads During Grad Season

Crashes involving impaired drivers are a leading cause of fatalities in Canada. Every day, approximately 3.5 Canadians are killed in an alcohol- or drug-related incident on public roads. During the busy grad season, young Canadians are especially at risk of being...
ICBC Minor Injury Claims Cap

ICBC Minor Injury Claims Cap

The British Columbia government is enacting a cap on pain and suffering claims for minor injuries caused by automobile accidents. The new $5,500 cap has been criticized by lawyers, rehabilitation centers and health care experts, who claim that the cap could penalize...
ICBC Debt Update

ICBC Debt Update

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia continues to struggle, according to a recent report from the Fraser Institute. Professor Emeritus John Chant stated that the corporation’s problems began years ago, but they grew worse as the government failed to take...
How to Choose a Lawyer?

How to Choose a Lawyer?

When you need legal representation, the process is similar to hiring any type of service professional. You’ll want to pay close attention to qualifications, willingness to communicate, and pricing. Apply these tips to identify a lawyer who’ll be a good fit...
Winter Preparedness in Prince George

Winter Preparedness in Prince George

Winter is in full swing throughout the Pacific Northwest and Prince George, with cold temperatures expected for the next several weeks. Snow, ice, and rain can cause safety concerns for motorists, making it essential to prepare your vehicle ahead of time. Here are a...