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Month: August 2019

High-risk driving can cause serious cross-border personal injury

Aug 27, 2019 | Cross-border Personal Injury

When travelling across the border into Washington state, British Columbia drivers will be sensible to look out for high-risk driving by other motorists. This also applies if they see pedestrians in Seattle because suffering cross-border personal injury could lead to complicated legal and insurance claims. Despite their own safe driving practices, the negligence of others … Continue reading “High-risk driving can cause serious cross-border personal injury”

Cross-border personal injury can be costly

Aug 14, 2019 | Cross-border Personal Injury

British Columbia residents who are injured in accidents will hardly ever see hospital bills because their health insurance plans typically take care of all medical expenses. If such incidents happen while they travel outside the country, insurance coverage would be limited unless they take out travel insurance. However, not all Vancouver residents who make day … Continue reading “Cross-border personal injury can be costly”

US immigration cannot access pardoned marijuana records

Aug 7, 2019 | U.S. Immigration

The federal government of Canada announced that people with prior cannabis possession convictions will be allowed to apply for pardons. Following these recent changes to federal laws, people across Canada, including British Columbia, might be able to have simple marijuana possession convictions pardoned. That might make travelling across the border easier. Since recreational use of … Continue reading “US immigration cannot access pardoned marijuana records”