Category Archives: Advice

Mussio Goodman hopes to provide helpful tips to those who are dealing with ICBC or their estate litigation claims. Mussio Goodman is always available to help directly with a call to one of our office locations.

The Briefing Podcast: What happens when ICBC finds your case to be a “minor injury”?

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Mussio Goodman’s new Podcast, The Briefing, Talks About the Legal Issues Affecting You in B.C. In this episode, Wes Mussio explains what happens if the ICBC categorizes your injury from an accident as a “minor injury.” This podcast gives advice and explanation in civil legal cases within British Columbia, Canada. Presented by Mussio Goodman and […]

Wes Mussio Interviewed on the Importance of Hiring an Injury Lawyer Who Does Not Also Work for ICBC

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Kamloops Matters interviews Wes Mussio to discus Importance of Hiring an Injury Lawyer Who Does Not Also Work for ICBC As discussed on our website, 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 […]

News 1130 Interviews Eric Goodman on Why Injury Caps Punish Victims Instead of Bad Drivers

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Eric Goodman’s Statement to News 1130 From the article: One of the key things the province is tasking ICBC to do is to, clearly and legally, redefine what a minor injury is. We know it will include things like: sprains, strains, mild whiplash, cuts, bruises, stress and anxiety from a crash but not broken bones, […]

Injured Client Awarded $683,810 at Trial After Rejecting Final Offer of $280,000

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Mussio Goodman client awarded a total of $683,810, despite original offer of $280,000 Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our success in the British Columbia Supreme Court case of Ackermann v. Pandhar, 2017 BCSC 880. The Court awarded our client $683,810 for injuries sustained in a 2011 motor vehicle accident, which substantially exceeded the insurance […]