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Category: Personal Injury

Minor Injury Regulation “Cap”

The Minor Injury Regulation was established by the Alberta Government in 2004 to regulate how much compensation an individual can receive if their personal injuries have been defined as minor injuries. A minor injury is classified as a sprain, strain and/or whiplash associate disorder (WAD I or WAD II) injury, and psychological injuries that arise…
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What Should I Do If I Am Involved in a Hit-and-Run Accident?

It is a common misconception that the victim of a hit-and-run accident is unable to receive compensation because the at fault party cannot be properly identified. However, within the province of Alberta, you may still be entitled to receive compensation you are unable to identify the offending driver. The Government of Canada, through the Administrator…
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How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media is such a prevalent form of communication within modern day society. Statistics show that more than 94% of Canadian’s use at least one social media platform to stay connected with family and friends. While social media has its benefits it also has its disadvantages; especially when it pertains to a personal injury case.…
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Dangers of Long Weekend Driving

Long weekends are the perfect time to head out on a road trip with friends and family! While long weekends can be the best time to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there is no escaping the bustle of primary roadways on your way out of town. The risk of a car accident…
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Summertime Collisions

There is a common misconception that summer driving is significantly safer than winter driving. However, this is not necessarily true. More fatal collisions occur during summer months than any other time of the year. While you may not have to deal with ice and snow, summer driving poses its own risks such as high-volume traffic,…
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The Loss of a Breadwinner

Fatal accidents can have an impending impact on the wellbeing of a family, particularly when a family loses their primary income earner. The loss of a primary income earner can lead to a substantial decrease in financial security and can cause immeasurable damage to those who were formerly dependent on the deceased. Wrongful death claims…
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The SEF No. 44 Family Protection Endorsement

The Family Protection Endorsement or SEF 44 provides insurance protection to named insureds and their families who have been injured in car accidents where the at-fault driver is either uninsured or inadequately insured. It is optional insurance for which a small premium is paid over and above the premium payable under your standard automobile coverage.…
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Spring Driving Safety Tips

It’s been a long, cold winter in Alberta but Spring is finally in the air! Just because the snow is starting to melt doesn’t mean the risk of getting into a motor vehicle accident is reduced. In Alberta, there are more fatal collisions in May than any other month of the year. Follow these easy…
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Tips to Avoid Slips and Falls this Winter

Alberta winters can be harsh. Blowing snow, frigid temperatures and ice can create hazardous conditions that can send you or a loved one to the emergency room. This is particularly true in Alberta which has the second highest rate of serious personal injuries due to slip and falls in the country. Follow these easy tips…
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