Articles: March 2015

Should I Sue My Doctor?

Should you? There seems to be an unhealthy reluctance to avoid holding the medical profession accountable for errors. Yes, I did say “errors”. It would be a rare case indeed where a physician intended to do a patient harm. Does that mean that the doctor should not be accountable to maintain a certain standard of […]

Robinson LLP, Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Lawyers, are pleased to present the second annual “Award of Excellence in Dressage” for outstanding show results. The yearly winner will receive their name on a trophy displayed in the Robinson LLP Building, a crystal trophy and $1,000.00. The award will be made at the conclusion of the […]

The Folly of Self-Representation

  Recently, I was contacted by an old friend. In fact, she was an intelligent professional who was trying to represent a friend. Well…up until then I had thought she was intelligent… The friend had sustained injuries in an accident almost 2 years prior. I received the call because they were facing a limitation date […]

Updated: November 15, 2018 The snow is melting all day and freezing all night. It’s a pedestrian nightmare out there. Injuries from slipping and falling on ice are common at this time of year in Alberta. Slip and fall injuries typically occur in parking lots or on sidewalks. Although it is almost universally true that property […]

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