As previously announced, the Supreme Court of Canada blocked ICBC from trying to shut down the website ICBC Advice. Wes Mussio, who acted as counsel on behalf of the website owner, was recently interviewed about our firm’s success handling this particular case.
Category Archives: Legal Decisions
Recent legal decisions for Mussio Law Group clients.
As previously discussed, the BC Court of Appeal rejected ICBC’s attempt to block the website www.icbcadvice.com, an independent resource to assist claimants in dealing with ICBC. Wes Mussio acted as counsel for the website and is also listed as a featured writer. ICBC appealed the decision to the Supreme Court of Canada. As reported this […]
We are pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of Canada denied ICBC permission to appeal our client’s victories in the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the British Columbia Court of Appeal, a decision that finally compels ICBC to compensate our client for her serious spinal injuries. As previously announced, the British Columbia Court of Appeal ruled in […]
We are pleased to report that Anthony Eden of Mussio Goodman successfully defended our client’s interests by preventing a Defendant IME (independent medical examination) with a neurologist expert of the insurance company’s choosing. Insurance companies are entitled to defend a claim by compelling the injured person to attend an IME with doctors of their choosing. […]
As reported in the August issue of Take Five by OnPoint Legal Research, the BC Court of Appeal has rejected ICBC’s attempt to shut down ICBCadvice.com, a free informational website for those dealing with ICBC claims, owned by Wes Mussio’s wife. This was ICBC’s second attempt to remove the website – the first attempt was rejected by the BC […]
As previously announced, the British Columbia Court of Appeal ruled in our client’s favour, overturning the lower court’s decision and prohibiting ICBC from relying on a zipline waiver to deny compensation for injuries sustained in a car accident. ICBC has since sought leave to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa.