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Advancing your ICBC claim can be very difficult and confusing. You are dealing with trained insurance adjusters who are hired by and paid by ICBC. Clearly, without some knowledge on how ICBC claims work, you are susceptible to be taken advantage of. That is why we have written an extensive book on how to deal with ICBC.

After you read the book, we can assure you that you w
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Paperback, 134 pages
Published March 2019 by Mussio Goodman
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Wes Mussio is Managing Partner of the Mussio Goodman law firm.

Until 2002, Wes’ practice primarily involved ICBC defence work with two of the largest insurance defence firms in British Columbia, Canada. As a result, he gained extensive knowledge of ICBC’s practices, much of which is now published in his book, What ICBC Does Not Want You to Know.

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