Author Archives: Nicholas Tsoi

Nicholas Tsoi

About Nicholas Tsoi

Nicholas Tsoi joined Slater Vecchio in August 2011. Nicholas has represented clients in the Provincial and Supreme Courts of British Columbia and the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

May.5.2017
What Else Counts as Distracted Driving?
other driving distractions
Texting and driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do, but it’s not the only distraction hurting and killing people on our roadways. Many of us think we’re champions at multi-tasking and that driving is just a minor inconvenience while you’re doing other things. It’s not. Driving requires your full attention. But…
July.14.2016
Stop, Drop, and Pokemon Go?
pokemon go accidents
Pokemon Go is all the rage. The augmented reality game has taken off around the world with people tracking down “Poke Stops” and collecting Pokemon characters on their smartphones. But it has come with some undesired, even dangerous side effects. Combining a video game with a real-world scavenger hunt, the objective is to get out…
June.2.2016
Championing Brain Injury Awareness
Brain Injury Awareness
Five years ago, a young hockey player at the top of his game sustained a couple of heavy blows to his head. The resulting concussion was devastating – sidelining his career and putting his health in serious jeopardy. With June being Brain Injury Awareness Month across Canada, we immediately think of this man’s accomplishments and…
January.27.2016
Zero1 Helmet Reduces Concussions
concussion prevented helmet
A great fitting football helmet is crucial to safety on the field according to VICIS, a Seattle-based company. The company's neurosurgeons and engineers designed a football helmet that lessens linear and rotational forces. Dubbed the Zero1, the new helmet utilizes four layers which work together to mitigate brain impact. The Lode Shell Layer absorbs impact…
November.22.2015
Don’t Be a Left Lane Blocker
left lane driver
Loitering in the left lane may result in a $167 fine and three driver penalty points. According to The Vancouver Sun, the BC government’s new keep-right-except-to-pass legislation came into effect in June 2015. Some drivers incorrectly think it’s okay to drive in the left lane as long as they are travelling at or close to…