A new decision was released this week by the British Columbia Supreme Court which deals with the circumstances in which an injured party is entitled to total temporary disability ("TTD") benefits from ICBC following an accident. The decision can be found here: http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/sc/16/14/2016BCSC1432.htm
If you've been injured in a motor vehicle accident, bicycle accident or pedestrian accident, your doctor has likely advised you to attend physical therapy for rehabilitation of your injuries. However, the competing demands of work, school and family responsibilities can make it difficult to find time to attend physiotherapy, massage therapy and/or chiropractic appointments. If you've suffered a back injury, neck injury or other soft tissue injury, you may also be feeling stiff, sore and fatigued - the last thing you want to do is head to the gym for a strength and stretching session. However, a recent decision of the BC Supreme Court demonstrates the importance of following your doctor's advice when it comes to post-accident physical therapy.
A recent personal injury case from Vancouver has been making headlines recently - due primarily to the fact that one of the plaintiffs became a dominatrix subsequent to the accident.