After suffering an injury in an accident, your first thoughts are likely to be about recovery and getting back to work. However, if your injuries were caused by another individual’s negligence, a personal injury claim needs to be considered. If […]
On October 29, 2020 the government of Alberta introduced Bill 41 to update the Insurance Act, proposing various changes to the automobile industry. Below is an overview of the key changes that have occurred:
- where the claimed […]
You’re hurt in an accident and need to file a personal injury claim.
The last thing on your mind after a serious accident is probably the documents you need for your claim but it is important that you or your loved […]
If you are injured in an accident, it is important to ensure that your injuries and symptoms are properly documented. First and foremost, in order for your treatment […]
The bad news is that you have been in a minor motor vehicle accident (MVA). The good news is that […]
Whiplash associated disorder (WAD) is a term given to injuries caused by the rapid back-and-forth (“whiplash”) motion of the head and neck. Sudden movements characterized […]
Knowing what to do after a car accident can be very confusing. Here are some tips that may assist you in ensuring foremost your health and safety, in addition to protecting your ability to claim fair compensation for any injuries […]
The main goal of personal injury law is to help an injured client get monetary compensation for physical, psychological, and financial losses caused by the wrongful conduct of others. Although the amount of compensation differs for each client, injured parties […]
Did you know that some “minor” personal injuries suffered in Alberta are subject to a claim cap imposed by the provincial government?
Capped claims may affect the amount of compensation you can receive from at-fault parties if you are injured due […]