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Cross Border Personal Injury

At Wraith Law, we take pride in offering comprehensive legal services specializing in litigation in British Columbia (BC) and Washington State. Our team of attorneys possesses extensive experience in personal injury cases and is dedicated to guiding you through every step of the legal process.


Personal injury cases in British Columbia typically follow a structured process, which includes the following stages:

  1. Initial Consultation: The process usually begins with an initial consultation where you meet with one of our attorneys to discuss the details of your case. During this session, we gather information about the incident, assess the strength of your claim, and explain your legal rights and options.

  2. Investigation and Documentation: Once you decide to proceed with your case, our team conducts a thorough investigation to gather evidence supporting your claim. This may involve obtaining police reports, medical records, witness statements, and other relevant documentation.

  3. Legal Strategy Development: Based on the findings of the investigation, we develop a tailored legal strategy for your case. This strategy may include identifying liable parties, assessing potential damages, and outlining negotiation or litigation tactics.

  4. Negotiation and Settlement Discussions: In many cases, we strive to reach a fair settlement with the opposing party outside of court. Our attorneys are skilled negotiators and will work tirelessly to secure the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

  5. Litigation and Trial Preparation: If a settlement cannot be reached through negotiation, we prepare to take your case to trial. This involves gathering additional evidence, preparing legal arguments, and presenting your case before a judge and/or jury.

  6. Trial: During the trial, both parties present their arguments and evidence to the court. Our attorneys are experienced trial advocates and will vigorously advocate for your rights and interests throughout the proceedings.

  7. Judgment and Appeals: Following the trial, the court will issue a judgment determining liability and any awarded damages. If either party is dissatisfied with the outcome, they may have the option to appeal the decision to a higher court.


In British Columbia, residents who sustain injuries within the province have unique legal considerations. BC operates under a "no-fault" insurance system, which means that regardless of who is at fault for an accident, individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents are entitled to certain benefits through their insurance coverage. This system aims to provide accident victims with quicker access to compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, and lost income, regardless of fault.

Navigating the complexities of the no-fault insurance system in British Columbia requires a thorough understanding of the relevant laws and regulations. At Wraith Law, our team has the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the claims process, advocate for your rights, and ensure you receive the benefits you are entitled to under the law.

Whether you are a BC resident injured in a motor vehicle accident or facing a personal injury claim in another context, Wraith Law is here to provide you with personalized attention, compassionate support, and zealous advocacy. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can assist you with your legal needs.

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