Read our new blog post
Have you been injured in a car crash and you are recovering but things aren’t going as planned? The claims process can be challenging to find your way through, especially for acquired brain injury survivors. With ICBC’s 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.
If you are a BC resident and were injured in a car crash after April 1st, 2019, this final blog post in our series describes everything you need to know about the middle stages of accessing the treatment options and accident benefits you are entitled to, as well as the final stage of ending the claims process.
It answers FAQs like:
- What is the definition of a minor injury?
- What if I’m not recovering as expected?
- What if I don’t have a family doctor?
- What injury settlements are available to me?
- How do I navigate a dispute with ICBC?
- How does the end of the claims process work?
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