Articles: November 2013

Time Limits On Personal Injury Claims

A time limit exists for every potential lawsuit in Alberta.  Very generally speaking, you have 2 years in which to actually file a formal lawsuit for a personal injury claim.  Of course, as is typical with the law, there are innumerable exceptions to that rule.  Robinson LLP works on a contingency fee basis.  That fee […]

Our Latest Joint Venture Case

We were recently successful in a lawsuit launched on behalf of a brain injured young man who was a passenger in a vehicle that went out of control while participating in a street race.  Clearly the driver of the vehicle that crashed was to blame for this accident, but what about the other vehicle involved […]

Passengers in car accidents always have a potential personal injury claim, if they are injured.  A passenger in a car accident can make a claim against any or all of the drivers involved in a collision. This is the case even if the passenger is a friend or a family member of any of the […]

  • Robinson LLP client Margaret on a horse holding a yellow ribbon
    I was blessed when my sister Sue found you and your team to help me.  When I found myself paralyzed, you led me and my family through the process of recovery we are grateful because we wouldn’t have been able to buy and renovate our beautiful log home on 5 acres so I could have a horse in my life… Read more
    Margaret K.

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