Whiplash Injuries WAD 1, 2 and 3? Find Legal Help

Whiplash Injuries WAD 1, 2 and 3? Find Legal Help

Have you suffered a whiplash injury following a collision? At Conway Law we’ve seen every kind of neck injury and understand the process to not only return back to health, but receive compensation you’re entitled to. Trust our expertise to handle your...

Injured Neck or Nerves in the Spine from Whiplash?

Whiplash is a type of neck injury commonly caused by sudden acceleration and deceleration forces typical in car accidents. It can cause damage to various structures in the cervical spine (c-spine), including the nerves. Here are some ways nerves the spine can be...
Explaining Section B Benefits

Explaining Section B Benefits

One of the things you should be aware of if you’re in an accident is that you are entitled to Section B benefits under your own insurance policy. Every single insurance policy in Alberta has a Section A, Section B, and Section C. Section B says you’re...

Limitation Dates in Alberta

In Alberta, the limitation date for an adult injured in motor vehicle collision (MVA) is two years from the date of the accident. The injured person needs to either file a Statement of Claim in the courts or settle their claim in this time period. In most cases (there...

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...
Is there a Cap on injury amounts in Alberta?

Is there a Cap on injury amounts in Alberta?

I’m often asked “what is the ‘value’ of my injuries”. At the outset of your claim, this is virtually impossible to determine. Anyone who tells you otherwise simply does not know what they are talking about. The reason for this is that the ‘value’ of your claim...
Court Costs (Alberta) During Settlement

Court Costs (Alberta) 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...