In claims involving personal injury, it is often necessary for both the claimant and ICBC to retain independent medical experts to assess the claimant’s injuries. The purpose is to have an independent doctor provide the parties – and ultimately the Court – with an impartial expert opinion on the claimant’s injuries. The opinion usually includes a diagnosis of […]
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 was Successful in a Recent Estate Litigation Case. In what may be the final installment of the Sharma estate litigation matter, Wes Mussio and Anthony Eden recently appeared before Madame Justice Griffin to argue our clients’ entitlement to costs in the recent successful decision. In the trial decision, which can be found here, […]
Successful Judgment involving a BC Wills Variation Claim Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our success in the British Columbia Supreme Court case of Ciarniello v. James, 2016 BCSC 1699. The case involved a BC wills variation claim by the Plaintiff, who was the second wife of a Vancouver dentist and businessman. The Plaintiff sued her […]
Mussio Goodman Successful Against ICBC Question Tactics Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our success in opposing ICBC’s application to subject our client to further questioning by their defence lawyer. ICBC sought a court order to increase the permitted time to question our client under oath, which is known as an “examination for discovery”. Under […]
Mussio Goodman Achieves Successful Judgment for Disinherited client We are pleased to announce that reasons for judgement were just released in our case Sharma v. Sharma Estate, 2016 BCSC 1397. The case centered on the Estate our clients’ mother, and her Will that disinherited three children in favour of one son. In the Will, the […]
The Court Agreed with Mussio Goodman and dismissed ICBC’s Application Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our recent success in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in defending our client’s interests by preventing an independent medical examination (IME) with a neurologist chosen by ICBC. IMEs are often obtained by both the claimant and ICBC over […]