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Perry Armitage Partner When To Settle Your ICBC Claim

When To Settle Your ICBC Claim

When to settle your ICBC claim is a big decision. There is no easy answer and often depends on the facts of each case. Each case is as unique as the individuals involved and no two claims are alike. Similarities do arise from one case to the next and oftentimes the results are heavily dependent on the level of experience of the parties involved, or on whose negotiating. An unrepresented claimant with little or no experience dealing directly with a senior injury adjuster is like taking a knife to a gunfight. You have no chance and it’s over quite quickly.

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Thank you to all our Crumbling Skulls supporters!

Battle of the Bar Bands is an annual fundraising event to benefit the CBABC Benevolent Society. Year after year, talented members of the Vancouver legal community strut their musical talent in amazing cover performances on the renowned stage of the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. Bands compete for the coveted “ZSA Cup” for best performance as well as the awards for highest fundraising.

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Accessing Employee Emails: A Breach of Privacy?

This article was originally published in the September/October 2016 issue of the Surrey Board of Trade newspaper. According to a recent court case, employers may be committing a breach of privacy by accessing their employees’ personal emails on workplace computers. As such, it is important for employers to have a computer policy in place to protect themselves. TeBaerts v Penta Builders Group In TeBaerts v Penta Builders Group Inc, the plaintiff was dismissed from her employment as a project consultant and account manager after 11 years. The plaintiff brought an action against her employer, claiming that the employer had committed

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