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Most changes to ICBC compensation do not take effect until April 2019.  To find out if your rights are impacted, call us at 604.464.3333.

After an accident you need to provide the details of your accident to ICBC in a reasonable time. A reasonable time does not mean 24 or 36 hours – you have enough time to take care of your personal needs after an accident, to speak with an ICBC personal injury lawyer, and to understand precisely what you must tell ICBC about the accident. While you are obligated to provide a statement to ICBC about the accident over the telephone or in a meeting with an ICBC adjuster, you are not required to sign the statement.

If ICBC calls you, you can provide the facts of the accident as you understand them, but you do not have to describe your injury beyond saying that you are injured and that you plan to see a physician, and that you will be consulting with an experienced ICBC personal injury lawyer regarding your options.

ICBC may also ask you to sign forms giving them access to your medical records and to obtain information from your employer. Do not sign these forms without consulting an experienced ICBC personal injury lawyer, like the team at Spraggs & Co.

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