It started with adversity
In March of 1991, Kristian Vicei was in a motorcycle accident that left him with a spinal cord injury. When ICBC was adversarial about his case, he and his mother were left with the daunting task of finding legal help to dispute the charges.
The doctor at his hospital gave Kristian three names of lawyers to look up. After speaking to each of them, the choice was clear. James (Jim) McNeney of McNeney & McNeney understood the negative stigma that is often associated with motorcyclists. He has always been involved in the motorcycle community. He created the British Columbia Coalition of Motorcyclists in 1985 and also started the Association for Injured Motorcyclists Vancouver. He is also involved in motorcycle injury prevention initiatives and lobbying for motorcyclists’ safety.