Even if you suffered injury as the result of a car accident, ICBC may
deny your claim for compensation on the basis that your collision was the result of a low velocity impact (LVI). This denial
is based on internal ICBC policy to deny LVI claims and has no basis in law. If you receive this denial, you retain the
legal right to claim compensation.
At Gantzert Law, our ICBC lawyers regularly act for the victims
of low-impact car accidents, who usually require a lawyer to secure benefits from ICBC. We regularly represent accident
victims who have been hurt following an LVI and legitimately require compensation to account for lost wages, medical care
and other expenses that stem from their accident.
Defining Low Velocity Impact
According to ICBC,
an Low Velocity Impact is a collision where the speed was too low for personal injury to result. This policy was arbitrarily
decided upon by ICBC and can be challenged in a court of law.
Lawyer Knowledgable in Low Velocity Impact
a former ICBC lawyer, our founding counsel, René Gantzert, understands how the insurer approaches claims. His practice
is now devoted exclusively to representing motor vehicle
accident victims in their claims against ICBC. As an experienced
trial lawyer, René prepares every case as if it is going to court, so ICBC will take your claim seriously.
Regardless of the circumstances that surrounded your car accident, your injuries deserve compensation. Our law firm can help you obtain fair compensation for a low-velocity impact injury, and we will use our trial experience to take ICBC to court if necessary to secure you the compensation you are entitled to.
To speak with us about your ICBC claim, contact us email@example.com or call us at 604-221-7242, toll free at 877-389-7242. We serve clients all throughout British Columbia and offer a free, no-obligation initial consultation.