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Is Your Physiotherapist Asking You to Sign Something?

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
Personal Injury Lawyer at McComb Witten Marcoux

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11/5/2013
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Are you going to physiotherapy in order to treat injuries you suffered in a B.C. car accident?

Is your physiotherapist may ask you to sign an ICBC form called a "Physiotherapy Treatment Plan"?

If so, stop right there!

Here's a few things you should know before you put pen to paper:

1.  An ICBC "Physiotherapy Treatment Plan" is a form that ICBC has your physiotherapist fill out;

2.  This form is used by ICBC to gather a host of information concerning a whole host of issues including your physical condition, pre-accident injuries, whether you are capable to resuming all your pre-accident activites etc;

3.  By signing this form it could be said that you are agreeing everything set out in the form is accurate

4.  You are under no legal obligation to sign this form.

The bottomline here is simple. By signing ICBC's "Physiotherapy Treatment Plan", you may be enabling ICBC to potentially use this form against you in the future should anything on the form have been misstated.

Want to chat about this topic in greater detail?

Interested in finding out more concerning ICBC information gathering techniques?

Call me at 604-255-9018 or send me an e-mail at [email protected]

Jeff Witten



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