When you, a friend or a loved one has been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, dealing with ICBC and other insurance companies can be stressful and confusing.
Our experienced team can help you understand your rights, deal with insurance companies on your behalf, coordinate the support you need including arranging medical treatment plans, securing treatment funding including wage loss benefits, and obtaining fair compensation for your injuries.
We have helped thousands of individuals with a variety of injuries, including:
- Bicycle Accidents
- Brain Injury
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Neck and Back Injury
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Slips and Falls
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Wrongful Death
What steps should I take first if I’ve been injured in a car accident?
1. In the event that police are required on the scene, call 911
2. If you have been hurt, seek appropriate medical attention
3. If possible, get the insurance information from the other drivers on the scene
4. If possible, take photos of the vehicles involved in the accident as well as the accident scene in general
5. Try to secure witness contact information if applicable
6. Contact a Watson Goepel Personal Injury lawyer as soon as possible for an on-the-spot free consultation, even before contacting your insurance company.
What should I consider when filing an ICBC claim?
It is important that you understand that when filing your claim, the insurance company is collecting information from you that will be used later to assess the value of your claim. You want to ensure that the information you are providing is accurate and relevant to your case. It is in your best interests to contact a lawyer to ensure that you report your case accurately and that your claim is handled fairly.
Common mistakes when filing an ICBC claim.
You want to make sure that any information you provide your insurance company regarding your injury is accurate and relevant to your case. Contact a Watson Goepel Personal Injury lawyer for an on-the-spot free consultation to ensure that the information you are providing is accurate and will help you receive fair compensation for your injuries.