As part of our firm’s involvement with the Foothills Hospital Patient Experience Program, we are always working with the volunteers and staff of the hospital and program to come up with new and inventive...
Personal Injury Law News and Updates
Personal injury law is all about knowledge—knowledge of the law, and knowledge of the facts of each case. Choosing a personal injury lawyer also requires knowledge. Learn more about us and what we've been doing to see if Cuming & Gillespie is the serious personal injury law firm for you.
Recent Verdicts & Settlements
The Peer Support Program, funded by Cuming & Gillespie, has received the 2016 Patient Experience Awards by the Health Quality Council of Alberta.
In 2016, the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA), in collaboration with the HQCA’s Patient/Family Safety Advisory, established the inaugural HQCA Patient Experience Awards to give recognition to initiatives that work to improve the patient...
Cuming & Gillespie lawyers succeed both at trial and on appeal in proving liability in a difficult case that other Calgary lawyers turned down.
Cuming & Gillespie represented a cyclist who brought a claim for injury against the driver of a Volkswagen van who struck her in an intersection.
Recent Case Summaries
The issue of vicarious liability on a lessor of a vehicle was at the forefront of a recent decision out of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta on two actions in which Cuming &...
Craig Gillespie and Tanner Oscapella prepared a publication in association with Bottom Line Research for the Canadian Bar Association, Personal Injury Subsection year-end meeting that was held June 2, 2016.
Craig Gillespie and Maia Tomljanovic prepared a publication for the Canadian Bar Association, Personal Injury Subsection.
Craig Gillespie, Partner at Cuming & Gillespie Lawyers, has prepared a publication in association with Bottom Line Research for the Canadian Bar Association, Personal Injury Subsection.
Petrina co-authored a paper entitled “Top Tort Cases of the Year” that was presented in Toronto, Ontario at the Oatley McLeish Lecture Series: Guide to Motor Vehicle Litigation. .
Maia recently co-authored a paper with Craig Gillespie on the “10 Most Important Decisions: from Clements forward”, which Craig presented at the March 2015 ACTLA seminar: “The Cap: Traps, Tactics & Trends”. .
“10 Most Important Decisions: from Clements forward” (2015) presented at an ACTLA seminar (with Maia L.Tomljanovic).
“Parental Claims for Loss of Income After Death of a Child” – Submitted to the Barrister and Canadian Lawyer Online- October 2013.
Recent Blog Activity
As of May 15, 2017, off-highway vehicle (OHV) riders in Alberta will be required under the Traffic Safety Act to wear a helmet.
Calgary is home to some of the best medical facilities and professionals in the world.
The results are in, and while they shouldn't be too surprising to anyone hopefully they'll put an end to any lingering controversy: like it or not, the decision to ban checking from youth hockey in...
Our work as plaintiff-only personal injury lawyers means we often see Calgary-area citizens at some of the lowest points in their lives.