Mussio Goodman Wins BC Court of Appeal Against ICBC for Trying to Deny Injury Compensation We are pleased to announce that the British Columbia Court of Appeal has ruled that ICBC must compensate for the injuries sustained by our client during a bus ride back from their zip line ride. As reported by The Vancouver […]
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.
The Supreme Court has prevented ICBC from Unfairly Examining Our Client As previously discussed, there are two ways ICBC can compel an injured claimant to attend an examination by a doctor of ICBC’s choosing. The first is pursuant to a claim for Part VII or “no-fault” benefits, whereby a claimant is receiving reimbursement for treatment expenses […]
Mussio Goodman Wins Against ICBC in Court As previously discussed, when an injured motorist first informs ICBC of the accident, one of the questions they may be asked is whether they were working at the time of the collision. The reason is, if both drivers involved in the accident were “workers” as defined by the […]
Court Awards Our Client $204,000 For ICBC Blunder As we recently announced, after our client rejected ICBC’s $25,000 offer, we proceeded to trial and were awarded $204,000 in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. With any successful judgment, we were also awarded “costs”, which is essentially an award of additional money to compensate for the work […]
Mussio Goodman was Successful in Supreme Court of British Columbia for Liability of Bus Driver We are pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of British Columbia has found the defendant bus driver liable for our client’s broken ankle and shoulder. In this case, our client was attempting to catch a bus which was stopped […]
Mussio Goodman Wins Another WCB Tribunal Decision Against ICBC When an injured motorist first informs ICBC of the accident, one of the questions they may be asked is whether they were working at the time of the collision. This is because, if both drivers were “workers” as defined by the Workers Compensation Act, there can […]