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Understanding Section B of Your Alberta Auto Insurance Policy

In Alberta, whenever you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident, you are usually entitled to the disability and medical benefits covered in Section B of your vehicle insurance policy, even if you’re the at-fault driver. An experienced personal injury lawyer in Lloydminster will monitor these benefits in order to ensure that the client is being treated fairly by their insurance company. Additionally, they understand how the legal system works and can provide professional guidance accordingly.…

Filing A Personal Injury Claim For Motor Vehicle Accidents

Whether you live in Airdrie, or any other Central Alberta community, getting into a motor vehicle accident can have devastating consequences. In Alberta Province, the government agency responsible for maintaining accident statistics and trends is the Ministry of Transportation. According to their information, the most collisions occur during the evening rush hour when stop and go traffic has reached its peak.…

Reporting A Vehicular Accident To Alberta Law Enforcement

Motor vehicle accidents happen daily throughout Alberta Province. Many motorists will have numerous questions about their accident when seeking legal advice. Motor vehicle accidents must always be reported to Alberta Law Enforcement whenever there are people injured and the damage to any vehicle exceeds $2,000. There are two ways that you can report an accident. Calling 911 is the first and filing a collision report at your local law enforcement district office is the second.…

Quick Facts On Wrongful Death Accident Claims In Alberta

When someone dies as the result of a motor vehicle accident, the loves ones left behind suffer a pain that is unimaginable to anyone who hasn’t experienced it. While no money in the world can compensate for such a loss, Alberta has still created the Fatal Accidents Act which permits bereaved loved ones to claim certain damages in order to cover expenses related to the accident. Currently, the only ones entitled to make such claims are the deceased one’s spouse, parent, sibling, or adult interdependent partner.…

Will Injury Lawyer Explain You The Minor Injury Cap?

When first introduced, Minor Injury Regulation, or MIR, was explained to serve the purpose of protecting the insurance industry as a business while still allowing adequate compensation for those injured in motor vehicle accidents. Injuries which have been categorized as minor are sprains, strains, and a select number of whiplash associated disorders, or WADs. If these types of injuries are the only ones sustained by a car accident victim, their compensation will be capped at a maximum of $4,000.…

Recognizing The Symptoms of Car Accident Related Neck And Back Injuries

Following a car accident, it can take weeks for symptoms to manifest, which can make it difficult for the injured to retrace their symptoms to the accident itself. However, we are here to clear up this problem and help you recognize the types of neck and back injuries which commonly stem from car accident, but oftentimes appear with delayed symptoms. If you have recently been involved in a car accident and any of these symptoms start to feel familiar, you should head out and seek medical attention right away so a worsening of your injuries can be avoided, and the recovery process can begin.…