Tuesday, December 9, 2014

LK Law Secures $200,000 ICBC Injury Judgment

In Reasons for Judgment rendered November 27, 2014, Mr. Justice Skolrood of the New Westminster BC Supreme Court awarded $201,763.00 in total damages resulting from a July 16, 2009 motor vehicle accident. 

Mr. Benson, client of LK Law, was involved in a crash at the intersection of 204th Street and Fraser Highway in Langley, BC.  He was 57 years old at the time of trial and worked as a metal fabricator. The trial was conducted by Paul Kent-Snowsell of LK Law

He was awarded $110,000 for pain and suffering. His injuries consisted of complex soft-tissue pain with impairment on his cognitive and psychiatric functioning. 

He was awarded $5,770 for past income loss and $76,500 for future income loss. 

Cost of future care award was $17,953 to obtain future medical treatments.

Loss of housekeeping capacity was evaluated at $5,000 and out of pocket expenses of $3,040. 

Mr. Benson's pain and suffering award, and income loss awards were reduced by 15% for failing to follow some of the recommendations made by his physicians (see previous blog post on this issue for more information about your "duty to mitigate your losses").

LK Law has experienced trial lawyers that will seek an optimum settlement on your behalf, or take your case to trial for a fair assessment by our court system.

Do you have questions about your ICBC personal injury claim or accident?  If so, click here arrange your free consultation with  ICBC Claims Lawyer Perminder S. Tung (Services provided for ICBC injury claims throughout all of BC: Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, Burnaby, Richmond, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Tri-city area and all over BC)

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