If ICBC determines a collision is LVI then they may determine that you suffered no compensable injury. It is important to know that ICBCs LVI determination is not the law.
The severity of a car accident will not determine the extent of your injuries. While it may be that a serious car accident causes you serious injuries, this does not mean that you cannot be seriously injured by a minor accident.
This determination will have to be made by a doctor.
If you are not at fault in a motor vehicle accident that ICBC has classified as LVI, you can still claim compensation for your injuries from the court system. Cases such as Gordon v. Palmer,  B.C.J. No. 474 (S.C.) & Sourisseau v. Peters, 2012 BCSC 1163 show that the courts do not accept ICBCs position that low impact collisions do not cause compensable injuries to a person.
The issue will be whether or not a person’s injuries were caused or contributed to by a car accident.