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Short-Term Thinking vs. Long-Term Thinking - Your ICBC Injury Claim

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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There are really only two ways.

Two different ways to think about your ICBC Injury Claims.

Short Term or Long Term.

And really, one isn't better than the other. It's all about what YOU want.

Ok. So what does SHORT term thinking look like?

Basically, a short term thinker wants to settle his/her ICBC  claim as quickly as possible.

With as little effort as possible.

A short term thinker wants quick cash. And isn't really interested in thinking about or discussing the possible long term concerns that may be looming "down the road".

Will his/her injuries affect his/her ability to work in the future?.

Will he/she have to pay for treatment or medication that can't be factored in a settlement at present?

A short term thinker just wants to "put a bullet in it" and move on.

Alright then.

What does LONG term thinking look like?

Well, a long term thinker is someone who wants to make sure that all the "i"s are dotted and "t"s are crossed. The type of person who wants to ensure that every aspect of their case has been investigated and considered before they "sign off". Not just in the here and now but for the future.

So, what type of THINKER are you?

Interested in chatting about this subject? Want more information?

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

Jeff Witten


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