With the new changes, the focus has shifted away from financially compensating injuries to a care-based system. There’s now more money available for your medical care, treatment and rehabilitation expenses, as well as wage loss if you’re unable to work.
We recognize the claims process can be challenging to navigate. Our latest blog post, the second in a series of four, employs user-friendly language to describe the first stage of the process in accessing the ICBC Accident Benefits you are entitled to.
You’ll find information on topics such as how to report your claim, who your contact person at ICBC will be, what will happen if your situation is complex, and how you can explore your treatment options.
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.