In Part 1 of this article, you learned that not all accidents and injuries that take place in Calgary—still one of the safest cities in Canada and the world—are grounds for a personal injury case.
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By almost any measure, Calgary is one of the safest cities in the world.
There are a lot of things to love about Calgary, but the best thing about our city is the people.
At Cuming & Gillespie, one of Calgary's most dedicated personal injury and medical malpractice law firms, we do our best to provide useful information to everyone in Calgary, not just our clients.
Calgary is one of Canada's—and the world's—safest cities, which is something all Calgarians can take a bit of pride in.Still, accidents can happen, and many accidents can lead to serious injuries.
In Part 1 of this article, we discussed the basic concepts of duty of care and negligence as they pertain to slip-and-fall accidents in Calgary.
Winter has come to Calgary, as it does every year, and that means slip-and-fall season is upon us.
Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life in a world where cars are such an important part of our daily lives.
Contrary to what many Calgarians might think, the most dangerous time to drive on Calgary's roads and highways isn't winter. According to statistics from 2014, more traffic accidents in Alberta actually take place in October—the same month we typically get our first heavy snowfalls—than any other month. Even though there's more snow and more hazardous road conditions in the true winter season, there are also fewer drivers on Calgary's roads, and the weather and road conditions mean drivers use more caution and travel at slower speeds.
As you read in Part 1 of this article, personal injury cases arising out of Calgary car accidents have many components and can be quite complex.