ICBC’s New Accident Benefits Coverage: What you Need to Know
In 2017, there were 350,000 motor vehicle crashes in British Columbia that were reported to ICBC. Of those, 95,000 resulted in injuries to a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist. Effective April 1st, 2019, there have beenchanges to ICBC’s Accident Benefits coverage.
We recognize the claims process can be challenging to navigate. We can help. Having the right knowledge can make the difference in your claims process to ensure you receive all of the care and support — when you need it most.
We have created a series of blog posts with user-friendly language to describe these changes. Our goal is to help individuals, especially ABI survivors and their supporters, navigate the new system.
The BC Brain Injury Association is to be the agent of change providing leadership for developing, driving and implementing a provincial strategy in BC to improve the lives of people who live with acquired brain injury.