With over 35 years of experience as ICBC claim and personal injury lawyers, we handle a broad range of claims including car accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, defective products and slip and falls, while our injury experience ranges from whiplash and other soft tissue damage, to severe brain and spinal cord trauma.
We handle every aspect of your injury claim and estate litigation claim, from filling out the initial claim forms on your behalf, to ensuring that you receive fair compensation which you are entitled to.
Unlike other firms, we do so without any upfront fees, and at no extra charge to you. Our fees are collected only as a percentage of your eventual settlement.
This means we don’t get paid unless you get paid.We Never Act for ICBC »
Many personal injury lawyers supplement their practice by acting for ICBC as well. The result is a potential conflict, and clients may be left wondering whether their lawyer avoided a fight out of fear of losing ICBC’s business on other files.
At Mussio Law, we never act for ICBC or any other insurer. We are dedicated solely to helping injured plaintiffs receive the compensation they deserve.Maximize Your Settlement »
We recognize that most clients do not want to go to court.
A trial can be a stressful and uncertain event, and that is why we work hard to recover the largest amount possible through the settlement process.
However, with our commitment and record of success, we will not hesitate to take your claim to a judge or jury if a reasonable settlement is out of reach.Your Health is Paramount »
Not only do we handle your entire claim so you can focus on getting better, but we also connect you with leading medical doctors and rehabilitation facilities.
With our 25 years of experience, we’ve come to establish the relationships that ensure you receive the most comprehensive and timely expert opinions and medical care.Our Difference »
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