Does Saying “Sorry” Make me Liable in an Accident?

Does Saying “Sorry” Make me Liable in an Accident?

There’s a Canadian rumour going around that says if you apologize to another driver in a collision you are automatically accepting liability. Is it true? Saying “sorry” to the other driver does not make you liable (responsible) for an accident....

What is a ‘Contingency Fee’?

Generally, all lawyers that practice personal injury law (i.e. fight on behalf of injured clients), offer their services on a ‘contingent basis’. This means the lawyer will be paid only if there is a successful outcome – i.e. there is either a settlement with or...
Does Saying “Sorry” Make me Liable in an Accident?

Court Costs (AB) During Settlement

The reference to ‘Costs’ or ‘Court Costs’ during settlement discussions is typically a reference to a sum of money that would be calculated under ‘Schedule C’ in the Alberta Rules of Court. Basically everyone who successfully brings a legal claim is entitled to...