Thursday, July 2, 2015

ICBC Tip-of-the-Month (July 2015): Top Ten Mistakes (#7)


Mistake #7: You Fail to Obtain a Work Capacity Evaluation

A Work Capacity Evaluation (also known as Functional Capacity Evaluation) can help prove your functional limitations at work and at home. 

ICBC will insist that you are able to return to full-time work or your finances may force you to return to work putting you at further risk of injury.  In these situations, this assessment can be invaluable in proving your claim. 

Seek legal advice if you find yourself in this position. Work Capacity Evaluations are expensive and they will require a good medical background, including all clinical records, consult reports, and medical opinions for the assessor to engage in a full and proper assessment. 

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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