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  • Join us in giving back to our community: Events this spring to help critically injured Albertans.February 21, 2018

    At CAM LLP we are proud to be good neighbours. Whether it’s a local sporting event, charities or community services, community involvement is important to us. As personal injury lawyers we help our clients recover, often times from serious physical injury. The ultimate goal is to help our clients re … Read more »

  • Credibility is Key: A Tale of Two PlaintiffsFebruary 14, 2018

    How trustworthy or credible you appear will almost always have an impact on how an insurance adjuster treats your file and (if your case goes to court) how a judge will assess your damages. Plaintiffs who are honest and forthright about their injuries and follow the recovery treatment plans prescrib … Read more »

  • Can I recover damages for snowmobiling injuries?January 23, 2018

    Snowmobiling is a popular winter sport in Alberta. Anyone who is into the sport knows it is more of a culture. Many back country roads are only accessible by snowmobile during the winter months, and it is one form of transportation that makes travel in some of our smaller communities possible. Along … Read more »

  • How do Pre–existing Injuries Potentially Affect Your Personal Injury Damage Award?January 9, 2018

    Many people suffering injuries in a motor vehicle accident are concerned that pre-existing injuries they may have had from previous motor vehicle accidents, for example, might reduce or perhaps negate any potential damage award that might be granted to them. This is a valid concern as many people su … Read more »

  • 2018 Alberta Minor Injury Cap AnnouncedDecember 24, 2017

    What is the cap for soft tissue injury compensation claims in Alberta? The Superintendent of Insurance, Nilam Jetha, has announced the 2018 soft tissue (minor injury) cap amount.  Since 2004, minor soft tissue injuries, including minor sprains and strains, have been limited by the government.  In 20 … Read more »