No. Once you settle with ICBC and have signed a release for your personal injury, you are not entitled to go back and claim additional compensation.
In our experience, ICBC pays more to injured individuals who have hired legal counsel. Your ICBC adjuster may be encouraging you not to seek legal counsel.
Yes. If you retain a lawyer you are entitled to taxable costs and disbursements to offset a portion of your legal fees.
Yes. The ICBC adjusters have an obligation to investigate the claim and assess an opinion on both fault for the accident and the value of your claim from ICBC’s point of view.
Anyone who has been injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident may have an ICBC injury claim.
Yes. To recover the majority of benefits in a law suit you must prove the other party was completely or partially at fault for the accident.