ICBC and social media surveillance

In today’s world of Twitter, Facebook and other social media, more and more cases are being influenced at trial by client postings that give ICBC an unfair advantage. Being aware of this risk, I caution my clients to be extra … Continue reading

Pets and personal injury claims

When Good Pets Go Bad: What You Need To Know About Personal Injury Claims (via www.thepetblog.net) Thanks to Guest Author W.T. Johnson for this article. Americans love their pets, which can range from more common pets like dogs and cats … Continue reading

Tips for driving in the rain in Vancouver

Rain and Auto Accidents: Tips for Driving in the Rain (via SBWire) Melbourne, FL — (SBWIRE) — 09/06/2012 — Researchers have found that as many as 25% of all car accidents happen in bad weather; they have also discovered that … Continue reading

When riding a motorcycle, protect your legs and feet

Protecting Legs and Feet When Motorcycle Riding is Critical, But Too Often Ignored (via PR Newswire) Surgical Advances Can Save Limbs, but Simple Preventive Steps to Protect Vulnerable Body Parts is Key Download image TARRYTOWN, N.Y., April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ … Continue reading

Before personal injury litigation, expect the unexpected

Expecting The Unexpected Before Injury Litigation (via http://www.eLawsuit.com) If you asked a group of people about the things they hope to do in life, not many would include having to call a personal injury lawyer on that list.  As most … Continue reading

Be careful with social media during personal injury litigation

Social Media in Personal Injury Litigation (Or Your Posts Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law) (via SBWire) Social media has opened up a new world of discovery in the litigation process. The fact is … Continue reading