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  • #BellLetsTalk: Personal Injury Victims and Their Mental Well-Being

    What is the Bell “Let’s Talk” Campaign As many of you may have noticed, Bell’s “Let’s Talk” annual mental health initiative is today, January 29, 2020. “Let’s Talk” is intended to promote awareness of mental illness and jumpstart action(s) to help people access the treatment they need. The campaign … Read more »

  • CAM LLP Wins 2020 Top Choice Award for Injury Lawyers

    We are proud to have been chosen Edmonton’s Top Injury Law Firm, following a survey by Top Choice Awards ! This is the seventh consecutive year we’ve been honoured with this recognition, and we want to express a sincere thank you to everyone who submitted a vote in support of our firm. By choice we … Read more »

  • Four Steps to Coping with Emotional Trauma after a Car Accident

    No one thinks twice about treating physical injuries that result from a car accident. First responders arrive at the accident scene immediately to assess and address any physical damage. If you have whiplash, you’ll likely visit a doctor or chiropractor multiple times until your pain becomes managea … Read more »

  • 2020 Alberta Minor Injury Cap Announced

    What is the cap for soft tissue injury compensation claims in Alberta? The Superintendent of Insurance, Darren Hedley, has announced the 2019 soft tissue (minor injury) cap amount.  Since 2004, minor soft tissue injuries, including minor sprains and strains, have been limited by the government.  In … Read more »

  • Winter Driving Tips for Motorists

    Alberta winters can be beautiful, but they can also be dangerous. Snow piles up on the road; blizzards impair drivers’ vision, and ice makes it easier for cars to slip. Fortunately, car accident fatalities usually decrease during the winter. More people stay inside instead of risking bad weather, an … Read more »