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Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John

The Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John at MacLean Personal Injury are dedicated in helping the hardy people of Fort St John and Dawson Creek recover from serious car accident injuries. Helping you obtain the highest fair money settlement for your ICBC injuries is very important to our no nonsense Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John.

Call Spencer MacLean at 250-262-5052 after you’ve seen the doctor and before you talk with ICBC. 

Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John

Our firm built and owns a state of the art Fort St John and Dawson Creek personal injury law office located at 9503 100th Avenue in Fort St John BC. Spencer MacLean of our Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John team is pleased to meet with you for free at our office,  your home or the hospital.

In today’s blog Spencer MacLean one of our tenacious and no nonsense Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John, highlights some of the unique problems faced by drivers in Fort St John and Dawson Creek, BC. The people of the North Peace are hardy entrepreneurs but our skilled Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John ask you to be extra careful because driving in Fort St John and Dawson Creek requires you to be ever vigilant.

Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John

Fort St John Personal Injury Lawyer 250-262-5052

Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John Handle The Following Accidents

Spencer MacLean of our skilled Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John team handles minor to catastrophic Fort St John and Dawson Creek ICBC personal injury claims including:

  • Car and truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Cyclist accidents

Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John Handle The Following Injuries

  • Whiplash
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Brain injury and mild traumatic brain injury
  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • PTSD post traumatic stress disorder
  • Spinal cord injury
  • amputations

Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John Tips For Driving In Snow and Ice Conditions

AAA Tips for driving in the snow:

Accelerate and decelerate slowly. …

Drive slowly. …

The normal dry pavement following distance of three to four seconds should be increased to eight to ten seconds.

Know your brakes. .

Don’t stop if you can avoid it. …

Don’t power up hills. …

Don’t stop going up a hill. …

Say Home!

Recent snow conditions lead to a tremendous increase in the number of car crashes and has just posted the latest updates concerning same.

Snow is Not the Only Danger Peculiar to Fort St John and Dawson Creek Drivers

Vehicles are bigger and heavier in the North and often travel on Highways so speeds are higher and accidents are worse. To make matters worse visibility is poor, road conditions are routinely treacherous and Canada’s deadliest animal lurks near highways.

A recent article in the Globe and Mail pointed out unique risks faced in Northern BC with Moose:

“Try to be proactive when you drive,” says Gayle Hesse, a biologist and the provincial co-ordinator of British Columbia’s Wildlife Collision Prevention Program. “We have long stretches of highway in northern B.C. where not much happens and not much is going on, so occupy your mind by playing a mental ‘what if’ game.” To avoid having to play out the scenario in real life, Hesse says, stick to the speed limit. Although encounters with wildlife can happen any time, fall is a risky for collisions with deer and moose. Research suggests that dusk and dawn are times to be most on your guard.

Canada’s Deadliest Animal Lurks Near Fort St John and Dawson Creek So Be Aware

CTV news just reported two a deadly crashes between a moose and two cars that left a man dead and another moose versus car accident that left a little girl dead. Spencer urges you to slow down, have proper tires and be on the look out for less careful drivers and Moose crossing roads and highways near you.

personal injury lawyers in Fort St John

Helping you obtain the highest fair money settlement for your ICBC injuries is very important to our no nonsense Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort St John.

You never think an accident will happen to you but when it does call MacLean Personal Injury. We won’t let you follow an accident with an even bigger mistake. Call Spencer now at 250-262-5052 to set up a free meeting. We only get paid when you do.

 

 

 

 



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