John Rice shares guest editorial piece in the Vancouver Sun from incoming TLABC President Ron Nairne on the real reasons for ICBC’s financial woes
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RHE’s legal team discuss our cases, timely issues, and actions you can take to make your voice heard. Whether you’re concerned about insurance reform, are dealing with an injury, or wish to be informed about your responsibilities as a property owner or pet owner, you’ll find insight here.
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Rice Harbut Elliott is pleased to act on behalf of the Saini family with regard to the wrongful death of their infant son, Macallan. The lawsuit seeks compensation for nervous shock for Ms. Sheppard and a Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms damages claim on behalf of Baby Mac against provincial authorities for breach of […]
The organization representing trial lawyers in British Columbia has added its voice to the groups urging the provincial government to alter its controversial changes to automobile insurance. In May, the legislature passed a number of reforms to deal with a significant financial shortfall at the publicly owned Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), including a […]
RHE partner John Rice quoted in the news with regard to ICBC announcement to change insurance rates and make bad drivers pay higher premiums Read the article here
On July 25, 2018, Ian Mulgrew of the Vancouver Sun highlighted the Trial Lawyers Association of BC’s (“TLABC”) ongoing efforts to protect the civil liberties of British Columbians against the NDP’s new legislative changes. “Our members are deeply concerned on behalf of British Columbians that individual rights are being sidelined in favour of a quick […]
RHE lawyers are representing persons who were prescribed medications containing valsartan, leading to cancer and other adverse health effects. Listen to the interview here. If you received any of the listed drugs, you may be affected by this class action lawsuit. Please fill out the form here to get in touch with us. Joining our contact […]
John Rice interviewed by Adam Sterling of CFAX 1070 (Vancouver Island radio) with regard to ICBC’s “minor” injury cap scheme.” Read More
Today we face the clearest threat to British Columbians’ legal rights in decades. The Government of BC, through the Attorney General David Eby and the Chair of ICBC Joy Macphail, have recently stated their intention to look “very seriously” at capping injury claims for drivers, passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians who are injured in a collision with an automobile.
Starting November 1st, ICBC is planning a rate hike that will cost drivers even more on their insurance rates. JMR partner Jon Rice discusses the public’s need for fairness and transparency from ICBC in response to rising costs.