In a decision that might put an end to a Calgary medical malpractice case that has been in motion for over a decade, the Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear the plaintiff's most recent...
Thousands of car accidents take place in and around the Greater Calgary Area every year.
Everyone in Calgary—indeed, throughout Alberta and Canada—has a legal obligation to ensure their actions and their properties do not create dangers to the health and safety of others.
At this point, you've almost certainly heard of Uber, the app that allows pretty much anyone with a car to become an on-demand taxi, and allows anyone who needs a ride to hail a car...
Every few months, a news story appears about an incident of grossly improper care of an elderly patient/resident of a nursing home or assisted living facility here in Calgary.
A New Zealander who came to Calgary as a specialized welder and ski instructor was practicing ski tricks at a Calgary-area gym when an accident occurred.
The Calgary Police Service are reporting a belief that alcohol and excessive speed were both factors in a serious accident that took place shortly after 2:30am on Saturday, October 24th, leaving two drivers with minor injuries and a third at Foothills Hospital in life-threatening condition.
Injuries to the spine are often among the most devastating non-fatal injuries we witness here at the Calgary personal injury law firm of Cuming & Gillespie.
A man was struck by a train and killed last Thursday, October 22, at the Chinook CTrain Station in south Calgary.
As one of Calgary's premier personal injury law firms, we here at Cuming & Gillespie are all too aware of how common bone and joint injuries are, and how significantly they can impact one's life.