Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured in an accident, we may be able to assist you in obtaining some compensation for your pain and suffering and your financial losses.


There are strict time limits for bringing most claims. Some expire within days or weeks of an incident. If you miss a limitation, you may never be able to bring a claim for compensation. Please contact a member of our Personal Injury Law Team as soon as possible after your accident to find out how we can assist you.

We can sometimes provide fee arrangements where you pay our fees from the recovery we obtain on your behalf, meaning you are not required to pay for fees up front.


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Navigating Your Compensation Claims

When you are injured through the fault of others, you have a fundamental right to compensation. The law seeks to restore you, as much as it is humanly possible, to the status you enjoyed before you were injured. Even if you are injured and at fault, in Alberta you may be entitled to certain no fault benefits i.e. disability coverage through work, personal insurance or under your motor vehicle liability policy.

Read our Latest Personal Injury Articles

August 20, 2016

Bill 6: Changes to WCB Coverage in the Farm & Ranch Industry

On December 10, 2015, the Alberta government passed an amended Bill 6: Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act (“Act”).  It was proclaimed to come into effect on January 1, 2016. The new rules in this Act have some […]
October 15, 2009

Alberta’s Appellant and Superior Courts

The Court of Queen’s Bench In previous editions of this column, I described how Canada’s Courts are structured in a hierarchy and how the Supreme Court of Canada is at the top of the hierarchy. Underneath the Supreme Court, there […]
September 16, 2009

Alberta Provincial Court

Introduction In the last edition of this column, I described how Canada’s Courts are structured in a hierarchy and how the Supreme Court of Canada is at the top of the hierarchy. Underneath the Supreme Court, there is a Federal […]