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.
In Calgary, as in the rest of Alberta and Canada at large, criminal and civil cases are two almost-entirely separate areas of law.
A tragic car accident on Stoney Trail, apparently caused by a moment of mental distress, has left one man dead.
Medical malpractice is a difficult thing for anyone in Calgary to face.
The driver and passenger of a late model sedan sustained serious injuries and were transported to Foothills Medical Centre following an accident at Spruce Meadows Trail and 24th Street S.W.in Calgary.
There are many medical procedures and pharmaceutical treatments that have the potential to cause harm as well as to heal.
Everyone who drives on Calgary's roads and highways has a responsibility to other drivers.