Having now been involved in our new website, as well as the associated Facebook page and Twitter account, I have been reminded of the potential for social media to negatively impact a plaintiff's personal injury action.
Last month, the B.C. Supreme Court released a decision involving a personal injury claim arising from an accident that occurred at Westview Shopping Mall in North Vancouver.
We all know that "honesty is the best policy" in our daily lives. Unfortunately, some people forget that rule when it comes to their personal injury case where being truthful is just as important. According to a recent report by ICBC, an estimated 10%-15% of personal injury claims are either fraudulent or exaggerated. Here are the top ten reasons to tell the truth in your personal injury case:
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.