Category Archives: Press Release

Recent press releases featuring Mussio Law Group.

Court Awards Our Client over $600,000 After Rejecting ICBC’s Arguments

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Mussio Goodman is pleased to share our recent success following an eight-day trial in the BC Supreme Court. In Singh v Liske, 2023 BCSC 2016, the Court awarded over $600,000 to our client, who suffered both physical and psychological injuries following two motor vehicle accidents. Our client, a 39-year-old career-driven woman, had immigrated to Canada […]

Mussio Goodman Successfully Removes an Executor in a Conflict of Interest with the Estate

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Mussio Goodman is pleased to announced our success in removing an executor who is in a conflict of interest with the administration of the estate. The deceased mother was survived by six children who were named as equal beneficiaries to her estate. Two of the siblings were named co-executors under the will, with one of them […]

Court Awards Our Client over $600,000 After Rejecting ICBC’s Arguments

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Mussio Goodman is pleased to announce our recent achievement following a ten-day trial in the BC Supreme Court. In Bloomfield v. Berg, 2023 BCSC 1089, the Court awarded our client $601,000, significantly more than ICBC’s final offer of $424,000 before trial. Our client was a 31-year-old nursing student at the time of the accident. He […]

Court Awards Our Client $266,000 After ICBC’s $60,000 Offer Was Rejected

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Following a five-day trial, Mussio Goodman was successful once again. In Omerovic v. Merced, 2023 BCSC 727, the BC Supreme Court awarded our client $266,000 for injuries sustained in a June 2016 accident, almost five times more than ICBC’s $60,000 offer prior to trial. Our client was 28 years old at the time of the […]

Court Awards Over $720,000 to Injured Motorcyclist Client

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Mussio Goodman is thrilled to share our recent success in Farrugia v. Bailey, 2023 BCSC 81, where the Court awarded over $720,000 to our client who suffered injuries while riding a motorcycle. The awarded damages included $200,000 in non-pecuniary damages (pain and suffering), $80,000 for past loss of earnings, $250,000 for future loss of earning […]