Bicycle/Pedestrian Accident Claim assistance in BC
Our personal injury team is experienced in bicycle and pedestrian accidents claims in BC. We’re approachable, practical and actively involved in the Tri-Cities community since 1979. We service clients throughout BC, and in particular Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam. We will listen to your personal situation to help you make an informed decision about your ICBC claim to support your accident recovery.
Here are some FAQs about claims in BC we often get from our clients.
What kinds of questions will my lawyer ask me in our initial meeting?
For bicycle and pedestrian accidents claims in BC, you will be asked to provide dates, times, contacts and other information. After your consultation, if we mutually agree to represent your case, this will help us with our own investigations. This may involve obtaining witness statements, hiring private investigators to gather statements and accident reconstruction engineers if liability, impact severity or accident details are unknown or are in dispute.
What happens after our first meeting for a bicycle and pedestrian accidents claim?
The other driver may try to protect themselves by giving ICBC a different version of the accident. Our experienced bicycle and pedestrian accident lawyers will gather relevant facts about how your accident happened to support your claim. Using the legal system, we can obtain copies of all police documents and all other records about your accident. Advice from an experienced bicycle and pedestrian accident lawyer is necessary with serious injuries to get the treatment and rehab care to recover from:
- Soft tissue injuries
- Burns from friction
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)