Monthly Archives: April 2014

Court Rejects Opinion of “Biased”, “Arrogant” and “Argumentative” ICBC Doctor

Posted on by Mussio Goodman

ICBC Hired Doctor Biased Against Client Says Judge Expert witnesses, such as doctors, who come to court to testify, do so in order to give evidence and opinion on complicated matters outside of the realm of the general knowledge of judges and juries. The “Rules of Court” require that these witnesses give such evidence in […]

“Diminished Home-Making Capacity” Results in Court Award of $20,000

Posted on by Mussio Goodman

A Home-Maker Receives Compensation in Court for Loss of Capacity A claimant may also be entitled to a court award for “diminished home-making capacity”, in addition to compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, and treatment expenses. This was the case in Savoie v. Williams, in which a Plaintiff suffered injuries to her back and neck in a […]