Can You Handle the Truth? - Your ICBC Injury Claim
If you're like most people you'd prefer to stay wrapped up in your comfortable little cocoon of illusion.
You see, most folks find it easier to ignore the REAL TRUTH about how ICBC injury claims REALLY work.
I guess it's easier that way.
Because the REALITY involved is pretty harsh.
So before we go any further I have a question for you:
" CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH??"
Do you remember that movie " A Few Good Men"?
There's a classic court room scene. Tom Cruise is the military prosecutor. And he's cross-examining Jack Nicholson, who's a high powered General in the US Army:
" Judge: You don't have to answer that question!
Jack Nicholson: I'll answer the question. You want answers?
Tom Cruise: I think I'm entitled!
Jack Nicholson: You want answers?!
Tom Cruise: I want the truth!
Jack Nicholson: You can't handle the truth....
Still interested in the TRUTH?
The ONE THING no one has had the guts to tell you about your ICBC Injury Claim?
" It's not all about YOU"
" It's really not about your PAIN, your SUFFERING etc."
" That's only one piece of the puzzle".
You see, your pain, your suffering, your internal anguish - that's all largely taking place inside you.
It's your internal experience.
But to the outsider: doctors; physiotherapists; massage therapists; chiropractors; ICBC adjusters; judges; jurors etc. - your internal experience doesn't exist...
Unless they're somehow able to CONNECT with your experience.
How would they do that?
Through one of their FIVE SENSES: Sight; Hearing; Taste: Smell; Touch.
Here's the thing.
Your " say so" is only one piece of what it will take to successfully prove your ICBC injury claim.
The majority of whats involved depends on other people being able to CONNECT with your situation.
Interesting in finding out how a skilled personal injury lawyer might facilitate that CONNECTION PROCESS??
Call me at 604-255-9018 or drop me a line at [email protected]
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