Ensuring that the Calgary public is informed when it comes to their rights and responsibilities under Alberta's personal injury laws is a responsibility the lawyers and legal staff of Cuming & Gillespie take very seriously.
As discussed in a previous article, medical malpractice is one of the more complex types of personal injury cases seen in Calgary.
As a Calgary law firm dedicated to helping personal injury victims get the justice they deserve, we see injuries that come from all types of incidents.
A British soldier was airlifted to Foothills Hospital in Calgary following an injury to his arm during a training exercise near Medicine Hat.
We all hope to avoid car accidents altogether, but sometimes they happen.When they do, the best way to protect yourself is to know your rights and responsibilities ahead of time.
A Calgary woman was pinned by a rolling vehicle in the Glenwood community on a Saturday in late June, apparently after exiting the vehicle while it was moving.
Professional athletes are far more prone to injury than the average Calgarian, especially those taking to the stadium in the Calgary Stampede or skating out on the ice in the jersey of the Calgary Flames.
This is part of a series of articles produced by the legal professionals at Cuming & Gillespie in an effort to help the average resident of the Calgary area better understand Alberta's personal injury laws...
Most serious injuries are as sudden as they are traumatic. One minute you're walking down the sidewalk, driving down the road, or simply going about your work as usual, then suddenly your world is turned upside down by a trip and fall hazard, a car accident, or a workplace injury.
Every personal injury case in Calgary has certain common elements: one party owes another what is called a "duty of care," is negligent in that duty, and through that negligence causes injury to someone else.