ICBC files civil claim against Stanley Cup rioters

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ICBC files civil claim against Stanley Cup rioters

June 14, 2013

ICBC has filed a notice of civil claim in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against 46 individuals who have been charged or convicted for their actions throughout downtown Vancouver following game 7 of the Stanley Cup final on the evening of June 15, 2011.

In the civil claim, ICBC is seeking general damages, special damages, aggravated damages, punitive damages, interest and costs.

ICBC has also named Jane Doe and John Doe as defendants in the civil claim for any individuals that have either charges pending or are named at a later time.

ICBC has a responsibility to protect our customers' premium dollars and is taking legal action to recover the costs of these acts of vandalism to ensure they are not passed on to our customers.

The full notice of civil claim can be read here. Given this matter is now before the courts, ICBC has no additional comment to make at this time.

Media contact:
Adam Grossman