Most of the car accidents that take place in Calgary are minor "fender benders" that cause superficial damage to the cars involved but that, thankfully, don't lead to serious injuries for the parties involved.
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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.
Spinal injuries are serious business, and no one appreciates that more than the dedicated plaintiff-only personal injury lawyers here at Cuming & Gillespie.
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.
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.
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.
At approximately 10:45 p.m. Friday, August 14, 2015, emergency crews were called to the scene of a multiple car collision on Highway 16 on the Yellowhead Highway, 16 kilometres west of Jasper, a popular vacation destination for many Calgarians.