As reported in the Calgary Herald, a new study released by the United States' Institute of Medicine found that most people will experience at least one wrong or delayed diagnosis during their lifetime.
In another tragic accident that could have been prevented, two people have lost their lives and one remains critically injured following a single-vehicle rollover accident in which alcohol played a role, according to Calgary-area law enforcement.
When a medical professional in the Calgary area causes you unnecessary harm or injury due to their negligence or recklessness, you suffer more than the physical trauma of a prolonged illness or additional symptoms.
When you or a family member has been seriously injured in a car accident in the Greater Calgary Area, contacting a lawyer is probably the last thing on your mind.
Spinal injuries are serious business, and no one appreciates that more than the dedicated plaintiff-only personal injury lawyers here at Cuming & Gillespie.
Medical malpractice is a complex issue in Calgary and throughout Canada, not just because cases of potential malpractice involve both medical and legal entanglements that require specialized knowledge to sort out.
Calgary police are still investigating an accident that occurred on Erin Woods Boulevard at Erin Dale Crescent SE at approximately 8:25am Friday, September 18.
Here at Cuming & Gillespie, Calgary's premier personal injury law firm, we help people with spinal injuries and nerve damage every day.
Spinal injuries are quite serious, and can lead to lifelong debilitations including paralysis, permanent loss of function, and even death.
When it comes to car accidents in the Calgary area, there are many culprits that the Calgary Police and other parties try to identify.