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Rod Pacholzuk at FH&P Lawyers LLP Kelowna Law Firm

Rod Pacholzuk


Insurance Law | Personal Injury | Insurance Defence

Rod Pacholzuk was raised in Penticton and played hockey for his hometown Penticton Vees. He continued his hockey career at the University of Michigan where he also obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in general studies majoring in History and Accounting. In 1978 he was selected by the Washington Capitals in the NHL Amateur Draft. Rod decided the best life path to take was academics and attended the University of Windsor School of Law from which he graduated with his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1984. Just five years later Rod became a partner at Berge & Company in Kelowna, a predecessor to FH&P Lawyers.

In 2014 the firm morphed taking the ā€œPā€ in Pacholzuk and included it into the new branding of FH&P Lawyers.

Rod, now a senior partner, practices in civil litigation, with a focus on matters involving personal injury, insurance, insolvency, wills and estate litigation, and commercial litigation. He appears in both the trial and appellate courts.

Direct Phone: 250-869-6046
Toll Free: 1-888-320-4488
Fax: 250-762-8616

Email: rpacholzuk@fhplawyers.com

Member of the Law Society of British Columbia

Member of various sections of the Canadian Bar Association

Member of the Kelowna Bar Association

Member of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia

Member of the American Trial Lawyers Association

Member of the Canadian Defence Lawyers Association

Board of Directors of the Okanagan Boys & Girls Clubs
Founding member and legal counsel to the Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School

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by Rod Pacholzuk

Video - ICBC's Upcoming Enhanced Care Model

April 08, 2021 Revisions in the regulations will provide for significantly more money available to an injured individual for their care

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Video - How Much Is My Claim Worth?

March 02, 2021 A frequent question Rod answers when discussing an injury with a client is 'How much is my claim worth?' With no 'textbook' answer, Rod explains some of the factors to figuring that out.

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