by Robert W. May 403-330-3039
Our role as legal referral source to divorce, matrimonial dispute, custody, impaired driving, criminal charges, corporate law, and personal injury lawyers is to ensure you receive fair compensation for the injuries you have suffered and the losses you have sustained. If you have been injured, you need effective legal representation. Our team of dedicated lawyers, paralegals, case managers, law clerks and legal assistants will provide you with caring, compassionate and comprehensive results-oriented professional legal services.
Violent Crime - If you or a loved one has been a victim of a violent crime, you have been traumatized both physically and emotionally. In addition to your pain and suffering, you may have also experienced financial loss or unanticipated expenses.
Disability Claims - Many employed persons are covered by disability insurance policies in the event they are injured or become seriously ill and cannot work. Those people may need a
Most policies have certain criteria the injured worker must meet in order to qualify for the benefit. These criteria are normally summarized in the disability policy manual or employee handbook.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision in Alberta , there are a complicated series of insurance laws that will apply to your claim. Under these laws there are at least two separate sources for compensation. The first is Statutory Accident Benefits. These benefits are collected through your own auto insurance policy regardless of who was at fault for the collision. It is highly recommended that you speak with a lawyer shortly after an accident occurs in order to gain a better understanding of the full range of benefits available to you. These benefits may include:
The second source from which to recover compensation is to sue the party or parties responsible for the collision. As the injured party, you may be entitled to recover compensation for various losses, including:
There are a number of factors which may affect your ability to claim under these categories. Please contact our office for additional information. In addition, your family members may also be entitled to make a claim for the losses they have experienced as a result of your injuries. It is important to consult a lawyer for full particulars of your potential claim.
You have paid into the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) to protect your future. Now you have become disabled and are worried about what lies ahead.
If you are disabled and have paid into the CPP, you may be eligible for CPP disability benefits. To qualify, you must have made sufficient contributions to the CPP and have a severe and prolonged disability. If you believe you are entitled to CPP disability benefits and/or have had your claim denied, we can help you obtain the benefits to which you are entitled.