FAQ Car Accident
The failure to wear a seatbelt can reduce the amount of money you can get from ICBC following a car accident. However, before ICBC can reduce the amount of compensation they have to pay you for your personal injury, they have to prove there was a seatbelt for you to wear, the seatbelt was in working order, you had no reasonable explanation for failing to wear the seatbelt and the seatbelt would have reduced the severity of your injuries following the car accident. Even were ICBC can prove these things, you can still get money for your personal injury. In most cases, the failure to wear a seatbelt results in no more than a 25% reduction in the amount of compensation ICBC must pay following a car accident.
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