Cases of egregious medical malpractice are thankfully rare in the Greater Calgary Area, but when they occur they can be devastating not only medically, but financially and emotionally as well.
As reported by the CBC, a new report by the Parkland Institute suggests that up to 70% of part-time teenage workers in Alberta may be doing unsafe work—and some of it may even be illegal.
Surgeries are complex medical procedures, and like all procedures they all carry some risk.
Car accidents, as anyone who has ever been involved in one knows, can be scary things.
Most car accidents that occur in the Greater Calgary Area and throughout Alberta are relatively minor, and do not lead to serious injuries.
A seventeen year-old girl from Cochrane is now facing charges under the Alberta Traffic Safety Act for causing an accident by making an unsafe left turn on Highway 22.
A recent editorial in the Calgary Herald cited Dr. Douglas Grant, the CEO and registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia, holding certain physicians at least partially responsible for the increased abuse of opioid drugs throughout Canada.
This is the sixth and final installment of an article series created by Calgary personal injury law firm Cuming & Gillespie to help residents of the Calgary area and Alberta at large better understand the...
Medical procedures are often complex and confusing in and of themselves.
Human bodies can be surprisingly fragile, and injuries can happen in all manner of situations.