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Filing an ICBC claim after a bicycle accident

People who ride bicycles in British Columbia are more vulnerable to being injured by distracted or negligent drivers than are motorists, according to authorities. However, bicyclists who suffer injuries and consequent damages on account of a traffic accident may be entitled to restitution through civil action.

BC responds to spinal cord injuries

British Columbia has a busy economy and many citizens pursue an active lifestyle, which includes travel and recreation. Some every-day activities may put people at risk of spinal cord injuries. These injuries threaten both life and life-quality. The spinal cord acts as a communication vehicle between the brain and the rest of the body, and a seemingly simple injury to the cord can result in loss of feeling, movement and functioning of vital organs.

2 women die in separate British Columbia highway accidents

Police say that two women are dead and one person was airlifted to hospital after separate collisions on highways in the province during the final weekend of August. The crashes follow the province increasing speed limits on the roads earlier this year. Police say that they responded to several accidents by the end of Aug. 30.

Examining the costs and effects of a traumatic brain injury

British Columbia residents may be interested in some information on the subject of brain injuries. Due to the personal and financial costs associated with the injuries, they can have serious effects on a person's life.

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