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Month: August 2017

Coping with cross-border personal injury involving amputation

Aug 28, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Losing a part of one’s body is a catastrophic injury that affects the victim on multiple levels. Coping with such a loss is unimaginable, and if it happens in an accident while a person is on vacation in British Columbia from across the border, it could complicate matters considerably. Dealing with a cross-border personal injury … Continue reading “Coping with cross-border personal injury involving amputation”

Cross-border personal injury claim may follow bus crash

Aug 22, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

When an American family planned their trip to British Columbia, they could not have anticipated the tragedy that awaited them. Their lives were changed forever when the driver of a charter bus in Vancouver lost control of his vehicle. To make matters worse, pursuing recovery of damages will be complicated because it involves cross-border personal … Continue reading “Cross-border personal injury claim may follow bus crash”

U.S. immigration — are Canadian tech workers still welcome?

Aug 15, 2017 | U.S. Immigration

British Columbia tech workers who had their eyes on jobs in the United States may be having second thoughts. A website that represents almost 10,000 companies and serves about 1.5 million individuals seeking jobs, recently revealed the results of a study in which over 175,000 job offers and interview requests from the past 12 months … Continue reading “U.S. immigration — are Canadian tech workers still welcome?”

Cross-border personal injury often involves motorcycles

Aug 9, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Authorities in British Columbia recently expressed their concern over the number of lives that are lost every year in motorcycle accidents that involve automobiles. In some cases, these crashes involve people from south of the border, leading to complicated cross-border personal injury lawsuits. In 2016, 2,600 motorcycle accidents occurred in the province, leaving many people … Continue reading “Cross-border personal injury often involves motorcycles”

Will renewed NAFTA negotiations benefit U.S. immigration?

Aug 2, 2017 | U.S. Immigration

As the Canadian government prepares for negotiations with the United States to renew the North American Free Trade Agreement, there is concern that not much would come from the need for greater labour mobility. One of the purposes of NAFTA is to benefit U.S. immigration and the labour flow between Canada, including British Columbia, and … Continue reading “Will renewed NAFTA negotiations benefit U.S. immigration?”