Information About Conway Law
- Explaining Section B Benefits
One of the things you should be aware of if you’re in an accident is that you are entitled to Section B benefits under your own insurance policy. Every single insurance policy in Alberta has a Section A, Section B, and Section C. Section B says you’re entitled to certain types of medical benefits an … Read more »
- Limitation Dates in Alberta
In Alberta, the limitation date for an adult injured in motor vehicle collision (MVA) is two years from the date of the accident. The injured person needs to either file a Statement of Claim in the courts or settle their claim in this time period. In most cases (there are very few special exceptions … Read more »
- Important steps to take immediately after a car accident (MVA)
If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident it is very important that you take certain steps in order to protect your legal interests and maximize your odds of receiving a fair settlement. There are certain steps you can take that may later assist your lawyer in proceeding with your case. The mos … Read more »
- What is a ‘Contingency Fee’?
Generally, all lawyers that practice personal injury law (i.e. fight on behalf of injured clients), offer their services on a ‘contingent basis’. This means the lawyer will be paid only if there is a successful outcome – i.e. there is either a settlement with or a judgment against the person that ca … Read more »
- Is there a Cap on injury amounts in Alberta?
I’m often asked “what is the ‘value’ of my injuries”. At the outset of your claim, this is virtually impossible to determine. Anyone who tells you otherwise simply does not know what they are talking about. The reason for this is that the ‘value’ of your claim will depend upon the extent of your inj … Read more »