Though it took place far from Calgary's borders, the explosions that occurred after 72 oil tankers derailed when a runaway train left the tracks in Quebec have reverberated in Calgary's media and in the hearts...
Nothing is as devastating as the sudden loss of a loved one due to a traumatic accident, and when that accident is caused by someone else's negligence—meaning it could have been avoided if only proper...
Rick Castiglione, a former news anchor and current documentary producer whose work airs on CTV, had a recent brush with a potential brain injury that could have turned out far more tragic than it did.
Most car accidents in the Calgary area take place when one or more of the drivers involved aren't fully paying attention or fully obeying applicable traffic laws.
In case any further evidence was needed that drinking and driving is a dangerous combination, alcohol is being considered a possible factor in a [recent Didsbury car accident that resulted in multiple life-threatening injuries.
In part one of this article, we briefly discuss some of the common aspects of paraplegia and quadriplegia—conditions caused by injuries to the spinal cord that are among the severe non-fatal diagnoses in the aftermath of serious Calgary car accidents. The common cause of paraplegia and quadriplegia (i.e. severe damage to the spinal cord) and the overall defining features of the disorder (i.e. paralysis and/or other impairment of function below the injury site) are not all that these two related diagnoses have in common.
Most of the car accidents that take place in Calgary are minor "fender benders" that cause superficial damage to the cars involved but that, thankfully, don't lead to serious injuries for the parties involved.
Calgary is one of the safest cities in the world, and offers world-class experiences in sports, arts, cuisine, and more.
According to reports, Calgary Police Service vehicles were involved in 368 collisions in 2014—almost exactly one for each day of the year.
The legal team at Cuming & Gillespie has helped many victims of brain injuries and their families rebuild their lives and rejoin their Calgary communities in a number of ways.