Major changes to the ICBC injury claim process came into effect on April 1, 2019. One of the most significant changes is the manner in which ICBC will be limiting payouts for pain and suffering with respect to minor injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident.  If your injuries are assessed as a ‘minor injury’ […]

ICBC injury claims after April 1, 2019


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Raincoast Law

Barristers, Solicitors & Notaries Public
1566 Peninsula Road
PO Box 909
Ucluelet, B.C. V0R 2A0
Ph: (250) 726-4307 / Fax: (250) 726-2180


Raincoast Law is the MacIsaac Group representative for clients in Tofino, Ucluelet and surrounding areas.  The MacIsaac Group of Law Firms’ specialized personal injury lawyers provide you with expertise and the best possible legal services for ICBC and personal injury claims, right in your local office. If you have been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, give us a call.  We can give you the advice you need.


Myron Plett

Myron began his working life as a classical pianist, teacher, and writer. He spent most of his musical career in Vancouver, performing as accompanist for instrumental soloists and choirs, and acting as both musical director and accompanist for musical theatre.

Myron turned to a career in law and moved to Victoria in 2007 where he began working for MacIsaac & Company, first as an articled student and later, when he was called to the bar, as a lawyer. With the support of MacIsaac & Company, Myron moved to Ucluelet in 2010 where he took up a general practice, founding Raincoast Law and where the local population has warmly welcomed him. Myron’s practice is diverse, encompassing real estate, commercial and corporate law, wills and estates, family law, and criminal law.

Raincoast Law provides comprehensive legal services in Tofino and Ucluelet.


Roderick MacDonald (in memoriam)

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Roderick MacDonald passed away on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 from acute myeloid leukemia. Mr. MacDonald practiced law for many years on Vancouver Island, and for a little more than the past ten years he was a solo practitioner in Tofino. Mr. MacDonald had a keen intellect and was well loved and respected by his peers, and by Tofino locals, many of whom regarded him as one of their own. Rod originally planned to join with Myron to build a consolidated general practice on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Sadly, those plans were interrupted by the rapid onset of his cancer.

Rod is sorely missed by all who knew him.