Call it the lesser-of-two-evils defence: a B.C. woman is fighting the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia’s refusal to honour her insurance claim by arguing that she was texting, rather than drinking, before she crashed.
As a result, a Kamloops provincial court judge hearing a pretrial application has ordered Angela Seeley to divulge both her weight, to help determine if she was impaired, and her cellphone records to the insurer.
“At issue is a single vehicle accident in which Ms. Seeley was the
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