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Month: November 2017

Cross-border personal injury claims can be challenging

Nov 28, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Visitors to British Columbia at this time of the year may want to heed the warnings of the Vancouver Police Department who recently initiated a pedestrian safety campaign. According to statistics, the chances of being involved in an auto-pedestrian accident between the months of October and January are high, and navigating a cross-border personal injury … Continue reading “Cross-border personal injury claims can be challenging”

Tourists may need help with cross-border personal injury claims

Nov 22, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

British Columbia gets many visitors to its nature areas and camping grounds where they can enjoy the biking and hiking trails and ski slopes during winter time. However, not all tourists are prepared for the challenging driving conditions in which they can encounter fog, rain, sleet and snow. Extra careful driving is required to prevent … Continue reading “Tourists may need help with cross-border personal injury claims”

Cross-border personal injury threats to pedestrians

Nov 9, 2017 | Cross-border Personal Injury

As winter sets in, authorities in British Columbia are taking special steps to improve pedestrian safety. With the change in weather conditions and the decrease of daylight hours, pedestrians become more vulnerable. Visitors from south of the border may want to take extra care if they move about as pedestrians because cross-border personal injury claims … Continue reading “Cross-border personal injury threats to pedestrians”