In September 2019, ICBC moved towards a driver-based insurance policy, rather than a vehicle-based policy. This made insurance more expensive. Wes explains the importance of listing all drivers for each vehicle, and the risks that come with not doing so.
Previously, ICBC had limited the number of experts allowed on a case. However, a recent ruling stated that this limit was unconstitutional, as it limits how much someone can proceed with their claim. Wes explains his opinion on this change, and how ICBC can change their limits to benefit everyone.
How the restriction on the use of expert medical reports will impact your ICBC claim. The Briefing host, Wes Mussio, breaks down how this new restriction affects your ability of you to prove your claim.
Activities of daily living restrictions that will avoid a "minor injury" definition. The Briefing host, Wes Mussio, breaks down how proving serious impairment can help avoid having your injury defined as minor.
Up until recently, ICBC would settle out Part Seven benefit claims, closing the file for good. The Briefing host, Wes Mussio, breaks down their new business model, whereby claimants must now continue to deal with ICBC invariably.