He said last week that the financial situation at the public auto insurer is critical and getting worse, with losses of $860 million in the first nine months of the fiscal year. Eby, who’s the minister in charge of the Crown corporation, said the agency is on track for a year-end loss of $1.18 billion, compounding the blow of last year’s $1.3 billion deficit. Files from The Canadian Press.
Attorney General @Dave_Eby says BC gov will limit the number of experts who can testify in personal injury claims, to help stem the $1 billion a year losses at @icbc. Limit to 1 expert report for claims ⬇️ $100K, 3 experts for anything ⬆️ @CHEK_News #bcpoli pic.twitter.com/uj86kGyg7H— Kori Sidaway (@korisidaway) February 11, 2019