Common Questions

ICBC won’t pay accident benefits so I’m going to sue for personal injuries

If you’re hurt in a motor vehicle accident, you may be able to receive no-fault accident benefits (generally, these benefits include wage loss to a maximum of $300 per week while you are disabled due to your injuries, and medical and rehabilitation benefits). Even if you caused the accident, ICBC (the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia) will pay you these benefits if you meet the conditions of this insurance.

If ICBC will not pay any accident benefits, or it pays less than you think is fair, you can decide to sue ICBC for personal injuries.

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Last reviewed January 2015


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ICBC, car accidents, personal injury