COVID-19 Update:

1. Please do not book an appointment with us if you, or someone in your household, is sick or experiencing any symptoms which can be related to COVID-19 infections, (such as a cough, fever, chills, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste or smell).

2. The above applies if you think you may have recently encountered anyone experiencing such symptoms.

3. Kindly do not book with us if you have travelled internationally, or outside B.C., in the past 2 weeks.

4. We are temporarily not permitting drop-ins to our office due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in Whistler. Please call us to book an appointment. Envelopes can be dropped off at our mail slot located next to our office door (and our building is open 7 days/week, 7:00 am – 7:00 pm).
5. Pets are not permitted, sorry.
6. Physical Distancing Measures are in place, so please:

a. Do not bring guests to your appointment.
b.  Arrive on time.
c. Adhere to a maximum of 3 clients in the office at the same time.
d. Maintain a physical distance of at least 2 meters from others outside your “bubble”.

7. Please use the hand sanitizer, provided by the building manager, located by the elevator on the lobby level, and adhere to the building signage requiring the wearing of masks.

8. Kindly again sanitize your hands upon entering our office with our hand sanitizer (mind the “spray”!).

9. Suitable masks must be worn while in our office. We usually have some in stock if you forget to bring your own.
10. We encourage you to bring your own pen, please.
11. Credit/debit cards are encouraged instead of cash.
12. Additional cleaning/sanitizing procedures are in place pursuant to BCCDC/B.C. Ministry of Health/WorkSafe’s Guidelines.

It is very important that you contact us if you show symptoms of COVID-19 within two weeks of your visit with us.

Thank you for your cooperation in helping keep us, and you, safe.

Personal Injury

Personal Injury & ICBC Law

Our associate litigation counsel has decades of experience in assisting our clients to achieve very positive outcomes on the often difficult path of personal injury law.


For claims involving ICBC in particular, there is a specific process involving the appointment of an adjustor after one’s claims report is submitted. Remember that the adjustor is working for ICBC and is looking out for the employer’s best interests. At an early stage, a claimant will be asked to sign a release of his or her medical and employment history.


BEFORE you sign anything, consult our knowledgeable counsel to establish the extent of your rights. It might be that some of your background should be kept confidential, so we can decide what is relevant and should or should not be submitted.


FURTHER, any offer by ICBC to settle your claim should be scrutinized carefully with the assistance of an experienced lawyer.


Not only is it important that the amount of the offer is reviewed in regards to your damages and losses, but so is the timing. It may be too early for you to know the full extent of your injuries, so your desire for a quick settlement may often mean that ultimately the settlement is not fair.


We will assist you in the negotiation process, either before or during the trial or mediation. But act as soon as possible to contact us, because there is a fairly short time limit to pursue a claim.

Mountain Law Corporation provides this web site for informational purposes only. No legal advice on any issue is to be construed from its contents contained herein. Further, no content on this web site should be interpreted as the basis for a solicitor-client relationship. Please contact one of our lawyers if you wish to obtain legal advice.

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