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  • Cuming & Gillespie Patient Experience Program

    The Cuming & Gillespie Patient Experience Program is a partnership between the Department of Clinical Neurosciences and the Patient and Family Centred Care (PFCC) team. PFCC is a collaborative approach to health care, putting individuals and their families in an integral position in their care plans … Read more »

  • Donation To Calgary Health Trust Is Transforming Healthcare

    For almost ten years, Cuming & Gillespie LLP has been actively involved in advancing health care in Calgary. From supporting the Department of Clinical Neurosciences Greatest Needs to our recent support of the Patient Experience Program, we are hoping to improve the care that patients receive each a … Read more »

  • Health Canada to Review the Safety of Breast Implants

    Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgery worldwide with approximately 10 million women choosing breast implants in the last decade. Health Canada recently announced that it is reviewing cancer risks associated with breast implants following an increase in reports in Canada. Health Ca … Read more »

  • Tips to Help You Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer

    If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you will have many decisions to make following the injury. One of those decisions will be to find a personal injury lawyer to represent you and help you determine what your legal options are and the potential compensat … Read more »

  • Vehicle Owner Not Responsible for Accident Caused by Repair Shop Employee

    The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the Plaintiff’s application for leave to appeal to the highest court in Canada in the case of McIver v. McIntyre, thus upholding the findings of the Alberta Court of Appeal. This case dealt with whether an injured party can recover damages against an owner of a … Read more »

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