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MVI Personal Injury Dispute Implementation – Launch Wrap-Up On April 1, 2019, the CRT started resolving many motor vehicle injury (MVI) personal injury disputes in British Columbia. This will include determinations of whether an injury is a “minor injury”, disputes about accident benefits, and disputes about damages and fault up to $50,000. We worked hard for almost a full year to implement these...
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Participant Satisfaction Survey – March 2019 The Civil Resolution Tribunal anonymously surveys people who have gone through the tribunal process. We use this feedback to improve the way we serve the public. We report the cumulative results every month on this blog. We had 54 responses to our satisfaction survey in March 2019. We’re pleased to report that participant satisfaction remained...
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MVI Personal Injury Dispute Implementation – March Update On April 1, 2019 — which is almost here! — the CRT will start resolving many motor vehicle injury (MVI) personal injury disputes in British Columbia. This will include determinations of whether an injury is a “minor injury”, disputes about accident benefits, and disputes about damages and fault up to $50,000. We’ve been working hard...
Lauryn Kerr, CRT Legal Counsel
CRT Rules Effective April 1, 2019 By Lauryn Kerr, CRT Legal Counsel On April 1, 2019, the CRT will start resolving many motor vehicle accident (MVI) personal injury disputes in British Columbia. This will include determinations of whether an injury is a “minor injury”, disputes about accident benefits, and disputes about damages and fault up to $50,000. This change will give...
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CRT Statistics Snapshot – February 2019 Do you like data? We do! Here’s our monthly report of key statistics. If there’s information you would like to see added to our monthly reports, please contact us. We will do our best to include it.
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Participant Satisfaction Survey – February 2019 The Civil Resolution Tribunal anonymously surveys people who have gone through the tribunal process. We use this feedback to improve the way we serve the public. We report the cumulative results every month on this blog.  We had fewer than normal survey responses in February, but participant satisfaction remained strong: 65% are likely to recommend...