Am I Being Followed by ICBC?

A question often raised by personal injury clients is “Will ICBC hire a private investigator?” The answer is not always a straight-forward one. In a relatively basic personal injury claim, ICBC probably will not hire an investigation firm to do surveillance on you. However, some adjusters live by video surveillance and will, relatively quickly after […]

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Why You Need a Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, ICBC will undoubtedly steer you away from hiring a lawyer. Your adjuster will advise that lawyers are just an unnecessary expense, who will just take part of your claim monies. ICBC adjusters are well-trained. Don’t forget they work for ICBC and, as with all employees, they owe […]

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Not Just Another Bump in the Road!

Are unmarked and unsigned speed bumps a hazard? Yes! Einfeld Law recently was successful in litigating a case, Brown vs. Westbank First Nation et al.  The Supreme Court of British Columbia found that there must be proper warning of speed bumps on a public roadway. The party responsible for maintaining that roadway can be held […]

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ICBC Says The Accident Was Your Fault. What To Do.

So ICBC advised you the accident was 100% your fault. You don’t agree, but don’t know what to do. Well, just because ICBC has made that determination doesn’t necessarily make it so. The Courts, not adjusters, are the ultimate decision makers. Adjusters are neither lawyers nor judges. You need a lawyer to give you proper […]

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Beware of Commuting Between Home Office and Work

If your employer allows you to work from home, you may be in for a surprise. If you get into a car accident while driving between the company and your home office, ICBC may bar you from claiming for your injuries and/or wage loss. This limitation on your right to sue will only occur if […]

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