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  • Alberta Section B Benefits – Do I only get 21 treatments?

    If you’ve been in a car accident, you are entitled to certain insurance benefits from your own insurer, regardless of who was at fault. These benefits are often called ‘Section B benefits’. They are called that because by law every car insurance policy in Alberta has to have these benefits and they … Read more »

  • Personal Injury Claim to Court?

    It is very rare that personal injury claims go to court. This is the case regardless of whether the claim is for injuries from a car accident or a slip and fall accident. In my experience, less than ½ of 1% of claims end up in a trial. Having said that, it is very important […] The post Personal Inj … Read more »

  • Who Pays for Repairs and Defects in ‘New’ Homes? Caveat Emptor or Buyer Beware

    I often receive calls, emails and letters from clients who ask, after taking possession of their “new” home, who will pay to repair defects that they have found. Just the other day a client called to tell me that the floor tiles in the main bathroom appeared to be loose. He wanted the Vendor to […] … Read more »

  • How Much Should I Pay for an Injury Lawyer?

    Contingency Fee Agreements If you have been in a car or slip and fall accident, the last thing you want to deal with is legal fees for bringing a claim. Fortunately, most personal injury lawyers will take on your claim on a ‘contingent’ basis. What that means is that you won’t have to pay anything [ … Read more »

  • What is ‘Whiplash 1 or 2 ?’ as described in the Minor Injury Regulation (the Cap)?

    For more important information on this topic visit Brian’s law firm page to learn about WAD 1, 2, and 3. We often hear about ‘whiplash’ as being described as level ‘1’ or level ‘2’, but what do these mean? In Alberta, if you have been in a car accident, you may end up suffering neck […] The post Wha … Read more »