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What was the date of Your Car Accident?

Where Did Your Car Accident Happen?

Explain How the Car Accident Happened

Were You a Driver, Passenger, Pedestrian, or Cyclist?

How Many People Were Involved in the Car Accident?

Who Is ICBC blaming for the Car Accident?

As a result of the Car Accident, have you experienced any strain, soreness, stiffness, or tiredness?

If applicable, list your injuries as a result of the Car Accident

Warning

There is a TWO YEAR TIME LIMIT from the date of the motor vehicle accident and injury to start a court action. If a person fails to start a court action within the TWO YEARS time limit, then that person has no case. Furthermore, if a case involves a Hit & Run, there is an obligation to provide WRITTEN NOTICE under Section 24 of the Insurance (Vehicle) Act to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia as soon as practicable and no later than SIX MONTHS from the date of the motor vehicle accident and a victim of a hit & run must make reasonable efforts to identify the hit & run person and vehicle. Moreover, if a case involves a municipality, there is a TWO MONTHS time limit to serve the municipality WRITTEN NOTICE of a claim and a SIX MONTHS time limit to start a court action involving a municipality.

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What Are Some of the Time Limits for ICBC Cases?