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Car accident: Spinal injuries can bring years of pain

A significant percentage of spinal injuries are caused by automobile accidents every year. Unfortunately, many people in British Columbia and elsewhere lack the knowledge to recognize the signs of spinal injuries after being involved in crashes. Some people refuse transport to a hospital after a car accident but then develop medical problems later.

Car accident: Potential defendants in personal injury lawsuit

The civil justice system of British Columbia allows injured victims of automobile accidents to pursue financial relief. However, the plaintiff must establish negligence on the part of another party. Determining whom to name can be complicated because not every car accident is the fault of the other driver.

Car accident: The challenges of recovering damages for TBI

When an accident causes traumatic brain injury, the victim may not even be aware of the severity of the injury. Instead of seeking immediate medical care, he or she may be more concerned about filing an insurance claim. The importance of medical evaluation immediately after a car accident cannot be stressed enough, but the related costs for the treatment of TBI can be overwhelming. If the negligence of another party caused a British Columbia crash, getting help from an experienced legal professional is imperative.

Car accident injures 1 -- deemed to be act of harassment

Law enforcement accused a 46-year-old British Columbia man of intentionally causing personal injury to another person. Most collisions can rightfully be called accidents, but Victoria Police allege that an incident on a recent Wednesday evening was no car accident. They arrested the man and held him in custody pending a court appearance.

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