With the imposition of the BC Government’s new ICBC injury caps that especially target chronic pain patients for harsh treatment, it’s more important than ever to consider MRI scans to help prove that your injury is not “minor”.
An example is that of a knee injury. If you have ongoing pain and/or restricted movement in your knee, it may be that you have a cartilege (meniscus) that was torn in your pedestrian ICBC accident (not a minor injury). An MRI can determine whether there was, in fact, a cartilage tear.
MRI’s can also prove injury to one’s cervical or lumbar spine including spinal nerve root impingment (not a minor injury even under the new ICBC rules).
It’s important to work with your GP to get you on a wait list for a public MRI soon after your accident. And if the public wait list is too long, then a private MRI scan may be what is needed.
At Dyson Law, we have good, working relationships with local MRI clinics in the Vancouver area. We are not shy about getting our clients in for an MRI exam.
We can help you get in for an MRI scan so that you can get to the real truth about your injury – and prove to ICBC and the Government that your serious ICBC injury should not be treated as a “minor injury”.
Please call the DYSON LAW FIRM today to get your first, complementary consultation regarding your ICBC injury claim.
PHONE (604) 876 – 7000
WE WORK HARD TO PROVE THE TRUTH OF YOUR INJURY!