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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.
It's not a lesson anyone wants to learn, but it's one that's important for everyone in Calgary to learn.Any significant trauma from a traffic accident can lead to serious long-term effects.
At Cuming & Gillespie, one of the Greater Calgary Area's leading personal injury law firms, it's our job to provide our clients with accurate and up-to-date information on the laws governing accidents, injuries, and responsibility...
Accidents happen, and injuries are all too often the result.
Car accidents remain one of the biggest threats to public health and safety faced by the people of Calgary.
In a news item that's been years in the making, a member of the Calgary Police Service has been terminated from his position after a lengthy investigation into an accident that occurred during a high-speed car chase.
A dashcam video of a recent car accident on Deerfoot Trail [warning: strong language at the end of the video] should be taken as a cautionary tale for all drivers in the Greater Calgary Area: no matter how long you've been driving on our winter roads and highways, and no matter how capable you think you are, extra caution is always needed.
Snowy skies and roads this past Christmas Eve led to nearly 300 car accidents being reported in the Calgary area, according to the Calgary Herald. Fortunately, the normally safe and sensible drivers of our city weren't traveling at high speeds when these collisions occurred, and only 42 accidents resulted in injuries, all of them deeemed minor by police.
Car accidents, here in Calgary and throughout the world, seem to be an unavoidable part of driving.