Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce Associate Lawyer Thomas O’Mahony’s success for his client after a 5 day trial in BC Supreme Court. In Tompkins v Meisters, 2021 BCSC 2080 the Court awarded approx. $710,000 for soft tissue injuries sustained in a June 2017 accident, close to triple what ICBC offered prior to trial. The […]
Category Archives: Recent Achievements
Mussio Goodman Law is proud to highlight our recent achievements to our clients and visitors. We hope our recent achievements help you understand the ICBC claim and estate litigation process.
Mussio Goodman lawyers Eric Goodman and Thomas O’Mahony successfully defended an ICBC appeal of our client’s $1,542,866 award for future loss of earnings. In the original decision McColl v Sullivan, 2020 BCSC 137, the judge agreed with our submissions that the female plaintiff’s future loss of earnings should be calculated using male labour market statistics. […]
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 […]
Mussio Goodman’s latest case Webber v. Sullivan, 2019 BCSC 1522 involved a deceased mother who disinherited her two daughters in favor of her two sons. The will left the entire estate to one of the sons, the other having been provided for with a substantial gift before the mother passed away. The estate was valued […]
WES MUSSIO OF MUSSIO GOODMAN LAWYERS FEATURED IN NATIONAL MAGAZINE PUBLICATION, CANADIAN LAWYER MAGAZINE The NDP government, in support of ICBC, has been introducing one-sided legislation since early 2018 which substantially compromises victim rights for fair compensation when a citizen is injured in a motor vehicle accident in British Columbia that is not his/her fault. […]