Though Calgary is one of the safest cities in Canada—and the world—accidents can and do happen every day.
In Part 1 of this article, we introduced the concepts of duty of care—the legal notion that we all have a responsibility to prevent our actions from causing harm to others, and that others have the same responsibility not to harm us—and negligence—what happens when, through recklessness or carelessness, someone fails to live up to their duty of care. Both of these concepts are critical components of Calgary personal injury law.
As a plaintiff-only personal injury and medical malpractice firm, the legal team here at Cuming & Gillespie works every day with Calgary citizens who have been seriously injured.
The issue end-of-life-rights generally and specifically of assisted suicide—also commonly called physician-assisted death—has long been highly controversial in Western medicine and around the world.
Few in Calgary have as keen an appreciation for our medical professionals and our medical community than the legal team here at Cuming & Gillespie.
The Calgary Police service does an excellent job of keeping our city safe.
A recent fatal accident involving a young actor has many people concerned about their own vehicles.
The Calgary medical community is arguably among the best in the world, and the vast majority of our medical practitioners are careful, prudent professionals who care deeply for their patients.
As one of Calgary's leading personal injury and medical malpractice law firms, the team here at Cuming & Gillespie sees many of Calgary's individuals and families at some of their lowest moments.
As the Summer season gets underway, motorcyclists throughout the Greater Calgary Area start revving their engines and heading out to enjoy the clear skies and the open roads.