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The CRT has jurisdiction over most motor vehicle accident claims in BC, including claims about:
- Entitlement to accident benefits
- ICBC’s assessment of responsibility for an accident
- Monetary damages if you’re injured in an accident, including determination of whether an injury is a “minor injury”
- Other types of monetary damages including property damage, vehicle damage, and lost business income
Depending on the type of claim, there may be strict requirements or timelines set by law. The Solution Explorer will explain your options.
Aspects of our jurisdiction for accidents that happened between April 1, 2019 and April 30, 2021 were recently challenged in court. Read our blog post about this.
Get started with our Solution Explorer
The Solution Explorer is free and anonymous. It asks you simple questions and gives you customized legal information and options based on your answers. Its self-help tools, like communication templates, might help you resolve your issue on your own.
The Solution Explorer will classify your issue and give you the right online application form. You might want to read our application checklist before making a claim.
We will review your application as soon as possible.
As we are currently experiencing a staffing shortage, please allow about 6 weeks for your application to be processed. We will then contact you about the next steps in the CRT process.
Let’s get started! What is your issue about?
Watch Mike’s Story!
Mike was in a car accident, and hurt his arm and neck. He wasn’t able to work while he recovered, so ICBC paid income replacement benefits.
Mike and ICBC don’t agree on when he should be able to return to work and if his benefits should continue.
See how the Solution Explorer can help Mike understand his options, and how easy it is to make a CRT claim.