Conway Injury Law
Brian has over 30 years of experience practicing in the areas of personal injury, MVA, brain injuries, & litigation. He has successfully battled with insurance companies for his entire professional career protecting the rights of Calgarians.
Personal Injury Law Firm Specializing in Brain Injuries
Suffering from a brain injury following an accident?
The Conway Law Firm will fight on your behalf and protect your interests in your personal injury claim. Remember, your insurance company and their adjusters are trained to negotiate settlements for as little as possible. You need legal representation with the experience and skills to obtain the payout you need and deserve.
Did You Know?
Insurance companies see you as an ‘expense’ on their balance sheets. Their goal is to minimize payouts for injury claims. You need representation in your corner to ensure you get the maximum settlement you are entitled to. That’s even more important for those who lack long-term disability insurance.
If you have been hurt or injured you don’t need to discuss your injuries with an insurance adjuster, and you don’t need to provide them with a release of medical information. Speak to a lawyer first. This is to keep your best interests in mind at all times especially following a traumatic brain injury.
About Brian Conway
In February 2015, he was appointed as a Judicial Officer for World Rugby. In May 2021, he was appointed as an Arbitrator by the Sports Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada.
Admitted: 1988, Alberta
Law School: Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., LL.B., 1987
University: University of Calgary, B.Ed., 1984
Member: Law Society of Alberta; Canadian Bar Association.
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Injured? Review our List of Helpful Resources
Lee v. Daigle,  ABQB 322 (Queen’s Bench);
Benc v. Parker,  ABCA 82 (Court of Appeal);
1377408 Alberta Ltd v Fritsch,  ABCA 207 (Court of Appeal)
Kaverit v. Provincial Steel  A.J. No. 1026 (Queen’s Bench);
Benc v. Parker,  A.J. No. 885 (Court of Appeal);
Veckenstedt v. Youssef  A.J. No. 1313 (Queen’s Bench);
Morgan v. Mykytyshyn  A.J. No. 1422 (Queen’s Bench);
Russell v. Turcott,  A.J. No. 144 (Queen’s Bench);
Saunders v. Calgary (City),  A.J. No. 1267 (Court of Appeal);
Saunders v. Calgary (City), 2007 ABQB 743 (Queen’s Bench);
Kallis v. Hoplock, (2006), A.J. 1467 (Provincial Court);
Kallis v. Hoplock, (2006), A.J. 1083 (Provincial Court);
N.M. v. Drew Estate, (2003), A.J. 962 (Court of Appeal);
711447 Alberta Ltd. v. Sarpinos Enterprises (Canada) Ltd.,  A.J. No. 1121 (Queen’s Bench)
Henhoeffer v. Lin (1999), A.J. 501 (Queen’s Bench);
Aggregrate Products Inc. v. deGraaf Excavating Ltd., (1996), A.J. 561 (Queen’s Bench);
Kovach v. Beardsley, (1991), A.J. 671 (Queen’s Bench);
Jackson v. Trimac Industries Ltd.  A.J. No. 435, (Court of Appeal)
Trimac Ltd. v. C-I-L Inc., (1989), A.J. 807 (Queen’s Bench);
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
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