Many lawyers now recognize Roy Ho as a leading authority in dealing with insurance contract disputes with ICBC.
Roy Ho is a graduate from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. Before law school he earned his Bachelors of Arts at Simon Fraser University in criminology and legal studies. Roy was born and raised in the Lower Mainland. He articled with Paul Doroshenko and became an associate with Acumen Law due to his particular skills in dealing with car insurance matters.
Roy has experience handling ICBC injury claims, personal injury claims, motor vehicle insurance law cases and car accident cases. He has secured ICBC insurance coverage for individuals who were investigated for breaching their Autoplan contract. Roy successfully negotiated some of the first settlement agreements with ICBC against defendants from the infamous 2011 Stanley Cup riots.
Lawyers willing to push ICBC to provided coverage in drinking driving cases and alleged breach situations can be hard to come by. Roy handles these ICBC cases every day. When necessary, Roy sues insurance companies to seek coverage for his clients.
Before he was a lawyer Roy volunteered for the Student Legal Society of Edmonton providing disadvantaged individuals assistance in family disputes and residential tenancy proceedings. Roy also served as a tribunal member with the University of Alberta Student Union, where he was engaged with the enforcement and interpretation of university bylaws. Before law school, Roy volunteer providing assistance and support to homeless and impoverished individuals throughout the Tri-cities.
Roy is also actively involved with community groups in the Lower Mainland of BC. He sits on the board of directors with a local community center and in his spare time he teaches martial arts.
Roy is fluent in Cantonese.
Because of our unique focus on driving law, Roy Ho is particularly well placed to deal with your ICBC insurance law problem. Roy is easy to talk to. He tells you where you stand and how he can help you get through an ICBC investigation with your coverage intact.
If you think ICBC might not cover you for an accident because you were investigated for drinking and driving or any other -offence, give Roy a call at 604-370-3050.