Monthly Archives: July 2014

BC Court of Appeal Rejects ICBC’s Attempt to Remove Mussio Website

Posted on by Goodman Law

As reported by 24 Hours Vancouver, we are pleased to announce that ICBC has lost for the second time in trying to convince our Court that the website belonging to Wes Mussio’s wife (icbcadvice.com) was infringing on ICBC’s trademark. In 2012, the BC Supreme Court ruled in favour of Mussio; however, ICBC appealed the decision […]

Court Rejects ICBC’s “Common Sense” Injury Analysis

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Sometimes moderate or severe injuries can result from a relatively minor collision. In these cases, ICBC typically takes a hard line approach, arguing “common sense” dictates that a minor collision cannot result in anything but a minor injury. Unfortunately for ICBC, the laws of British Columbia and the laws of physics state otherwise. Vehicle manufacturers […]