It seems clear to us that ICBC’s recent litigation strategy is to offer far less than what claims are worth, with the expectation that injured victims will feel pressured into settling rather than go to trial. Perhaps this works with some claimants, but at Mussio Goodman, we encourage our clients to fight for what’s fair, […]
Category Archives: Legal Decisions
Mussio Goodman is proud to display our recent legal decisions in the legal field of personal injury claims and estate litigation claims.
Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce Associate Lawyers Thomas O’Mahony and Aron Chitsaz’s success after a two week trial in BC Supreme Court. In Gill v Borutski, 2021 BCSC 554 the Court awarded $729,457.13, significantly more than what ICBC offered prior to trial for a very complex case. Prior to the collision the Plaintiff was […]
Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce Associate Lawyers Thomas O’Mahony and Karol Suprynowicz’s success after a two week trial in BC Supreme Court. In Morgan v Ziggiotti, 2021 BCSC 106 the Court awarded $753,726 for injuries sustained in a December 2016 motor vehicle accident, more than five times ICBC’s final offer prior to trial. The […]
Mussio Goodman is proud to announce our recent victory in in the BC Supreme Court, in which our client was awarded over $280,000. ICBC offered her $47,000 before trial, forcing her to take her case in front of a judge. In Cox v Acapulco 2020 BCSC 1135, Mr. Justice Walker sided with our client, a […]
Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our recent success in the BC Supreme Court, which resulted in a significant win for our client against ICBC. In McColl v. Sullivan, 2020 BCSC 137, Madam Justice Baker awarded our client $2.2 million dollars after a ten day trial. It is notable that our client wanted to move […]
In a personal injury case, the court requires medical evidence to determine the extent of a claimant’s injuries. To this end, it is common for both ICBC and the claimant to hire independent medical experts to assess the claimant’s injuries. When considering the medical opinions of these experts, the court has a key requirement: objectivity. […]