Wrongful Death in the Media

What’s a life worth? Death of B.C. toddler in horrific crash raises questions about compensation | Global News

Under new ICBC rules, each parent is entitled to $14,918 for the death of a child. Rules also state they will not be able to sue for more compensation.

“Heartbreaking,” Michael said. “It hurts that somebody can define her as having a number and that number ends up being roughly six times less than the value they would put in for a car.”

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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 that broadcasts locally in Tofino, BC and streams online worldwide.

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Tune in Live to Tuff City Radio Monday February 1, 2021 9AM PST!

Tune in Live Monday February 1, 2021 9AM PST! Tuff City Radio that broadcasts locally in Tofino, BC and streams online worldwide will be interviewing BC Opposition Attorney General Critic Mike de Jong, Ann Forry (Natasha’s Mom), and BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society President Michael-James Pennie. It’s going to be a thought provoking interview on the politics of modernizing these laws and you will not want to miss it!

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BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society on The Jill Bennett Show CKNW News Talk 980

Want to know why BC’s wrongful death laws haven’t had any meaningful changes since 1846, while all other provinces have? Tune in to the replay of the live interview with Michael-James Pennie, President of the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society on The Jill Bennett Show CKNW News Talk 980 December 23, 2020 regarding the tragic and preventable death of Natasha Forry, and BC’s antiquated wrongful death laws.

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