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what is the statue of limitation for personal injury in Canada, Vancouver, BC?

what is the statue of limitation for personal injury in Canada, Vancouver, BC?

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buddhaloc asked:


We were rear-ended in an accident in Vancouver, BC. The car was determined totaled and we were reimbursted for the fair value of the car. There were total 4 passengers in the car, two of which have already settled with the Canada insurance company, however the other two sustained more serious injury, therefore still continuing their treatment. At this moment, we do not have an attorney representing us because ICBC appears to be responsible in admitting their client’s fault. However, just want to be on the safe side, I was wondering what is the statue of limitation for personal injury in Canada, Vancouver, BC? Please help or provide suggestions, just in case the Canada insurance company all of a sudden decide to act bad faithly after statue of limitaion kicks in.

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Comments

  1. Mark says:

    The statute of limitations (limitation of actions) is 2 years. Click this link to reference the Limitation Act:

    Limitation periods

    3 (1) In subsections (4) and (6), “debtor” means a person who owes payment or other performance of an obligation secured, whether or not the person owns or has rights in the collateral.

    (2) After the expiration of 2 years after the date on which the right to do so arose a person may not bring any of the following actions:

    (a) subject to subsection (4) (k), for damages in respect of injury to person or property, including economic loss arising from the injury, whether based on contract, tort or statutory duty;

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