Magazine Reports on Wes Mussio of Mussio Goodman Successful Court Appeal As reported in the August issue of Take Five by OnPoint Legal Research, the BC Court of Appeal has rejected ICBC’s attempt to shut down ICBCadvice.com, a free informational website for those dealing with ICBC claims, owned by Wes Mussio’s wife. This was ICBC’s second attempt to […]
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Mussio Goodman hopes to provide you with the latest news and articles on and about ICBC that are related to our firm. These articles could include settlements, lawsuits or general changes to the ICBC process or policies.
BC Media Giant, Vancouver Sun, Interviews Mussio Goodman Lawyer on ICBC Rate Increases As reported on the front page of The Vancouver Sun, ICBC has applied to increase rates by 5.5 per cent to cover the rising cost of insurance, so says ICBC spokesperson Adam Grossman. “Here in B.C., in 2013, our injury claims in […]
Mussio Goodman Achieves Victory in Supreme Court of Canada The British Columbia Court of Appeal ruled in our client’s favour, overturning the lower court’s decision and prohibiting ICBC from relying on a zipline waiver to deny compensation for injuries sustained in a car accident. ICBC has since sought leave to appeal the decision to the […]
Mussio Goodman has Obtained $340,000 At Trial for Client We are pleased to announce that, after our client declined ICBC’s pre-trial offer to settle for $83,000, we proceeded to trial in the Supreme Court of British Columbia and obtained an award of $340,000 for pain and suffering, wage loss and medical expenses. In July 2009, […]
24 hours Vancouver Recently Reported on the Mussio Goodman Court Success As reported by 24 Hours Vancouver, we are pleased to announce that ICBC has lost for the second time in trying to convince our Court that the website belonging to Wes Mussio’s wife (icbcadvice.com) was infringing on ICBC’s trademark. In 2012, the BC Supreme […]
Court Sides with Mussio Goodman for Injury Analysis Sometimes moderate or severe injuries can result from a relatively minor collision. In these cases, ICBC typically takes a hard line approach, arguing “common sense” dictates that a minor collision cannot result in anything but a minor injury. Unfortunately for ICBC, the laws of British Columbia and […]