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How we can help

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident or attack;

If you or a loved one has been injured in a place of business or residence other than your own;

If a family member has died as a result of possible negligence or maliciousness;

  • If you are a victim of insurance breach of contract or accused of fraud related to motor vehicle insurance;

We can help you obtain the financial compensation you are entitled to from insurance agencies including ICBC, as well as other sources.

There is no cost for us to review your case, and if we represent you, you will not have to pay anything until your case is settled.

If you or someone you know has been injured, please call us as soon as you can. Your call will be answered 24 hours a day, every day.

 

Experience

Our lawyers, Stanley T. Cope and Paula Venegas, have extensive experience in personal injury matters.

They understand the many areas of suffering that injuries cause, and have helped hundreds of people obtain the financial resources needed for medical care, rehabilitation, to replace lost earnings, and to compensate for emotional distress.


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Service Area

Cope Lawyers and Litigators provide personal injury legal services in:

- Abbotsford
- Chilliwack
- Langley
- Mission

- and throughout British Columbia

Call 604-855-2089.

Types of Claims:

Has someone already made you an offer?

While a representative of an insurance company or a lawyer working for the person who is liable may make you an offer before you take any action yourself, you may be entitled to far more than what is offered.

It is almost impossible for anyone other than a personal injury lawyer to know of and understand all of the laws governing personal injury claims and settlements.

To ensure that you are not blindsided by a quick offer to settle out of court, please call us at 1-800-994-4558 BEFORE YOU ACCEPT to assess your situation. There is NO CHARGE for this service.

In The Headlines

2012 McDonald v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 

A summary of the award is as follows:

The plaintiff is entitled to indemnity from ICBC for all claims arising from the accident, including the To Action.

She is also awarded the sum of $75,000 in punitive damages.

 

2013 Gillam v. Wiebe

A summary of the award is as follows:

Non pecuniary loss: $90,000.00

Past loss of earning capacity / wage loss: $16,600.00

Loss of future earning capacity: $175,000.00

Cost of future care: $39,377.00

Loss of homemaking capacity: $78,817.00

Special damages: $31,116.78

Total: $430,910.78