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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) - What's ICBC's Strategy ?

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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Certain things never change.

There's always 24 hours in a day and 7 days in a week. There's always more money in your bank account at the start of the month then at the end. etc. etc.

As such, it should come as no surprise to you  that there are a series of standard tactics which lawyers employed by ICBC use in an attempt to defeat an injured person's claim that they suffered a mild traumatic brain injury as a result of a car accident.

So, if your mild traumatic brain injury claim is going to succeed these standard tactics must be well understood. And your case must be prepared and if necessary litigated with these "standard tactics" in mind.

Ok. What are these mysterious "standard tactics" ?. Alright, here goes:

1. Any problems you have are arise from emotional problems which pre-date your accident;

2. Any impairments you suffer from were caused by an event which took place following your accident;

3. If you suffered any injury , it wasn't of any consequence and any difficulties which you're suffering from are emotional in nature and are entirely treatable; and

4.  Any injury which you may have suffered as a result of your car accident  is entirely overshadowed by exaggeration. And your exaggeration is for purposes of financial gain;

The bottom line is that lawyers employed by ICBC alway use these strategies ( sometimes in combination) in their attempts to shoot down a claim of mild traumatic brain injury.

You can count on it.

And as a result, any lawyer who is put forward a claim of mild traumatic brain injury on your behalf must fashion the theory of your case with these in mind.

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