Gary Kalmek

CTV News: ICBC’s new ‘no fault’ model leaves accident victim feeling betrayed

Vancouver cyclist Gary Kalmek suffered a broken leg, a broken arm and three broken ribs when he was hit by a car while riding his bike at Main Street and 15th Avenue in Vancouver in early June.

After undergoing multiple surgeries and spending a week in hospital, the 38-year-old library tech assumed he would be compensated for pain and suffering, but under the province’s new “no fault” model, which came into effect on May 1, most accident victims can no longer sue the offending driver and ICBC.

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Replay of the Tuff City Radio Live Interview With MLA Mike de Jong, Ann Forry, In Their Name President Michael-James Pennie

On February 1, 2021 our Society appeared for an interview with BC Opposition Attorney General Critic Mike de Jong, Ann Forry (Natasha’s Mom), and BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society President, Michael-James Pennie.

Tuff City Radio is a station that broadcasts locally in Tofino, BC and streams online worldwide.

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