Raising The Bar In Legal Education

Part 7 Benefits 101 (P7B 101)

  • 21 Oct 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Vancouver
  • 13


  • This rate applies to the members in good standing of the following groups:
    1. Amici Curiae Pro Bono Paralegal Program,
  • This rate applies to the registered owner of a copy of the manual and have not attended the course.
  • This rate applies to the those sending more than one delegate to this course session. To avail of this rate, all delegates must be registered at the same time.
  • The manual is $225 plus shipping and HST. We will confirm the exact amount in your invoice.
  • Rate for those attending to fulfill their mandatory continuing professional development activities with the Law Society of British Columbia.

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Professional Development Course:

Part 7 Benefits 101 (P7B 101)

Instructor: Gerrie Campbell, senior paralegal

Click here for the course materials which sets out the learning outcomes, pre-course and in-class activities.

At the end of your studies, you should be able to correctly:

1.     Determine what documents must be submitted to perfect an application for Part 7 accident benefits.

2. Describe how you calculate the limitation date for a claim for Part 7 benefits?

3. Explain why is it inappropriate to combine a Part 7 claim and a tort claim in the same action?

4. Calculate how many weeks are Employment Insurance benefits payable before TTD benefits are triggered? 

5. Determine who is eligible to receive "homemaker's" benefits and how much is payable weekly for this Part 7 benefit?

6. Clearly explain to a client what their Part 7 benefits are.

This course will provide you with an understanding and a hands on practice in identifying the difference between Part 7 benefits and special damages and in calculating Total Temporary Disability (TTD) benefits.

On June 1, 2007, Bill 93 became the Insurance (Vehicle) Act. Section 103 of the Regulations to the Act provides for a process by which a claimant can extend their Part 7 limitation for a period of two years without the necessity of filing a Part 7 Writ by completing the CL-430. This form will be discussed in class as well.

Each session offers:

  • an interactive class providing hands-on practice in preparing documents;
  • a limit of 12 participants, to ensure optimum learning;
  • a copy of Part 7 Benefits 101 Desk Reference Manual, including useful checklists and precedents.
CPD hours: 7.0
Ethics, professional responsibility, client care relations hours: 1.0

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Single Seat Rate: $548.80
Multi Seat Rate: $521.36 (per person)
Desk Reference Manual: $252.00
Desk Reference Manual Registered Owner:

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For more information: 604.685.2727

*If you are registering two or more persons from your firm for the special price, each participant must complete register separately, on the same day. Payment must then be arranged by directly contacting Admissions at 604.685.2727.

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