Personal Injury & Car Accident Law Firm
Brian Conway has practiced in injury law for over 30 years in Calgary. When you’re hurt in a car accident, seek strong and experienced legal counsel to look after your best interests. Trust Brian’s wealth of experience battling insurance companies, and the overwhelming number of positive reviews from past clients. Your case is a priority; let Brian represent you.
Experience in Litigation Matters
“I have decades of personal injury and motor vehicle accident experience. My primary area to serve Calgarians is in injury litigation. It’s what I do best and why I handle all of my own files. Trust my expertise to lead your case and protect your rights.” – Brian Conway
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Areas of Personal Injury Expertise
Personal injury law including slip and fall, car accidents, and head injuries. Send us details about your case.
Injured in a motor vehicle accident? As our primary area of expertise, rest assured we will fight for your rights and obtain what you deserve.
Head & Neck Injuries
Head, neck, and brain injuries including WAD are cases we routinely handle. Take the important step to find exceptional legal help. Contact us with your case.
Contact Us About Your Case
We aim to provide personal care and attention to the specific needs of our clients when they visit our boutique style law firm. We take pride in ensuring you feel comfortable when visiting our office, never ‘screen’ our calls, and consider your success a measure of our success. We will provide exceptional legal guidance in your time of need.
Helpful Injury Resources
Ten Steps in the Litigation Process
- Litigation Step #1 – Filing a Statement of Claim
- Serving a Statement of Claim
- Work With Insurance Adjuster vs. Statement of Defence
- Preparing & Serving an Affidavit of Records
- Litigation and Questioning (a.k.a. Examination for Discovery)
- Attending Questioning by Defence
- Attendance at a Questioning on Undertaking Responses
- Attend at Independent Medical Examinations and Defence Medical Examinations
- Prepare & Attend Mediation – The Mediator Role in MVA Litigation
- Prepare and Attend Trial in Injury Law Litigation
From Past Injury Clients
From our clients. Read our extensive list of Google Reviews (98% approval rating) for more.
The legal process following an accident can be daunting. For my family it took some time to heal, so it was important for our legal team to stay on top of matters. A weight off our shoulders knowing we were in good hands. Thank you Brian and team!
Brian is tenacious and that’s exactly what you want when facing the insurance companies. His experience was invaluable on more than one occasion. Can’t recommend enough!
After my winter accident, I contact Conway Law to handle my case. They were exceptional in every way and obtained more than what I expected in settlement. Thank you.
Free Injury Law Resources
Attendance at a Questioning on Undertaking Responses is almost identical to the process that I have described here. The main difference between a Questioning on Undertaking Responses and a regular Questioning is the extent to which the Defendant’s insurance lawyer can...
This post continues a series describing the common litigation process for motor vehicle accidents. The entire resource is here: Ten Steps in the Litigation Process Litigation Step #1 – Filing a Statement of Claim Serving a Statement of Claim Work With Insurance...
Here is the 5th instalment of our series on the typical process of litigation for a car accident. ‘Questioning’ is an opportunity for the lawyer for the other driver’s insurance company to ask you questions about the collision, your injuries, treatment and recovery...
An Affidavit of Records is a sworn document that sets out all of the ‘relevant and material records’ of the Plaintiff. The Plaintiff is required to provide the Affidavit of Records to the lawyer for the Defendant within 3 months of having received the Defendant’s...
Early in the litigation process a decision must be made on whether to deal with an insurance adjuster or insist on a Statement of Defence. Under the Rules of Court, a Statement of Defence must be filed and served on the Plaintiff within (with some limited exceptions)...
Once you have filed your Statement of Claim (within two years of the date of your accident), the next deadline that you face under the Rules of Court, is that you must ‘serve’ the Statement of Claim on all of the people/companies that you have named as Defendants in...