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How is the CRT Implementing MVA Personal Injury Disputes? Next April, the CRT will start resolving many motor vehicle accident (MVA) 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 liability up to $50,000. Soon we’ll also handle most disputes under the Societies Act and the...
Information Sessions for Community Groups The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) will begin resolving certain motor vehicle personal injury disputes beginning on April 1, 2019. We’re working hard to get ready for this new area of jurisdiction, including by developing new Solution Explorer legal information and tools, drafting CRT rules, creating new processes, and hiring new staff, among other things. The...
Solution Explorer Quarterly Update: 2017 Q3 by Tanja Rosteck, Solution Explorer Content Strategist In my last blog post, I introduced our Continuous Improvement strategy and how we use your feedback to make the Solution Explorer even better. I’m pleased to report that we just finished a Continuous Improvement cycle for the Strata Solution Explorer. We made some content changes based on...
Happy First Birthday, Strata Solution Explorer! By Tanja Rosteck, Solution Explorer Content Strategist In the strata Solution Explorer‘s first full year, a total of 7537 visitors started an exploration. That’s a lot of British Columbians helped! To celebrate, we’d like to tell you what we’re doing to make Canada’s first online tribunal even better. Every organization says “We value your feedback.”...
Call for Feedback From Community & Legal Advocates Our goal is to make the CRT as accessible as possible. That’s why our priority is making sure that any new CRT features, forms, or resources make things easier for those who have difficulty accessing our justice system. We’ve sometimes had limited uptake in testing directly with people with barriers, and we’re working on better...
New CRT Online Tools As part of our commitment to co-design the CRT with the public, we are developing and implementing CRT technology in stages. This lets us test features first with participants who might have barriers to accessing justice, and then with the public generally. We make a lot of changes based on this feedback. We’re excited to let...