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" I Can't" - Be Very Careful Using These Words.

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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" Can't"

It's short for "Can Not"

So when you say " I can't" take out the garbage.

Or, "I can't" lift up my daughter.

You are saying that it's physically impossible for you to do these things.

So let me ask you this... is that what you really meant to say?

You see, what I've found is that often following a car accident......

People aren't able to do certain things as well.

They aren't able to do certain things for as long or with the same intensity.

It's also the case that following a car accident people don't enjoy doing certain things. Or they might experience pain when doing certain things. So they try to not do them.

But lets not get confused.

There's a big difference between all the things outline above and NOT BEING ABLE to do something.

You see. What on the face of it might appear to be a minor issue can make a big difference when it comes to the success of your ICBC injury claim.

Interested in finding out more.

e-mail me at [email protected] or call me at 604-255-9018.

Jeff Witten

Category: Motorcycle Accidents


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