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  • Choosing an Alberta Injury Lawyer

    Choosing the right Alberta injury lawyer can be difficult. New injury law firms are continuously entering the Alberta market, advertising many years of experience practicing injury law. But does the lawyer or firm actually have much experience practicing injury law in Alberta?  Or does the injury la … Read more »

  • The 5 Most Common Driving Behaviors That Lead to Motor Vehicle Accidents

    Today I would like to discuss the 5 most common driving behaviours that lead to motor vehicle accidents. The information in this blog is based on my experience as a motor vehicle accident injury lawyer, having personally handled many thousands of motor vehicle accident cases. 1. Following too close … Read more »

  • Benefitting from Your Lawyer’s Experience

    Today, I want to discuss how you can benefit from your lawyer’s experience. Many law firms advertise years of combined experience of several lawyers as a benefit to potential clients. Just try an online search for “Edmonton injury lawyer” and you’ll see what I mean. Some law firms will have more tha … Read more »

  • Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction, Psychological Injury, and the Minor Injury Regulation

    Today I want to write about the recent amendment to the Minor Injury Regulation (MIR). The MIR was implemented in October 1, 2004. It is commonly referred to as a “cap” on the amount of money you can receive for pain and suffering for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. The Courts have i … Read more »

  • Serious Impairment II – Updated

    McLean v Parmar, 2015 ABQB 62 (CANLII) This case shows how the Alberta Courts are interpreting the Minor Injury Regulation. Specifically, the definition of “serious impairment.” A WAD II injury can result in serious impairment.  In this case, here is how the Court interpreted the definition of “seri … Read more »