I find that the first thing I have to do when I’m retained by a new client explains to them how ICBC really operates. Their false beliefs about the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia can ruin their claim if I don’t set them straight fast.
I produced the video below so I wouldn’t have to keep repeating myself. If you’re ready to learn the truth about how injury claims are handled, click on the video below to watch “The Truth About ICBC”:
By watching the video you’ve taken the first step in protecting your interests. But there’s a lot more you need to know.
Before you make a mistake that could ruin your injury claim, download my free report “The Truth About ICBC – Seven Myths that Can Ruin Your Injury Claim.”
You may not want to talk to an adjuster, or sign anything — or worse, settle your injury claim — until you’ve read this free report:
By reading the report, you increased your understanding of how the injury claims process works, and how you can begin to make it work for you. Even when it feels like it was set up to work against you.
You’re aware of the dangerous territory that you, and all British Columbia car accident victims, have to navigate. And you have learned what you must do to have any chance of being compensated fairly for your lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of future capacity, future care costs, and other damages.
You may have decided that you want a lawyer to represent your interests.
Before you take the important step of hiring a lawyer, read my free report “The Truth About Injury Lawyers.” Be sure to read this report before you choose a lawyer for your motor vehicle injury case, and preferably, before you even call one:
If you’d like to speak to me about retaining my services, I’ll be happy to consider your case if it meets all of the following criteria: you were injured in a motor vehicle accident in B.C., the accident was not your fault, the vehicle you were in was badly damaged, you were treated at a hospital for your injuries, you have not retained a lawyer yet, and the accident happened within the last 18 months.
But because I’m not running a “personal injury mill” – where cases are handled by paralegals, and (if you’re lucky) junior lawyers – and because each of my clients gets my personal attention, I have to be very selective about the cases I accept. I can only act for a small percentage of the injured people who wish to retain my services.
Do yourself a favor. If I can’t take your case, don’t call some lawyer out of the Yellow Pages, and above all don’t sign another lawyer’s contingency fee agreement, until you’ve read my free report “The Truth About Injury Lawyers.” I guarantee you’ll be able to make a wider choice after reading it.
Dealing with ICBC, and coping with your injury claim, and at the same time trying to recover from your injuries, is a difficult job. You owe it to yourself, and to your loved ones, to educate yourself about ICBC, the injury claims process, and choosing an ICBC injury claim lawyer.
You’ve taken some important first steps by coming to this website and reading about ICBC, and the injury claims process, and injury lawyers. You’ve made yourself aware of some of the pitfalls ahead and learned how to avoid them.
You know who is on your side. You know who just pretends to be.
Spread the word…
British Columbia auto accident victims have a unique injury claims process through ICBC. What they don’t know about it can hurt them.
So please forward the video, and the free reports, to all of the friends, colleagues, and family members you have email addresses for.
Send them to as many people as you can.
Chances are good that, sooner or later, an injured car accident victim will be extremely grateful to you for having taken the time to share your knowledge with them.