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 owners have a duty […]

What is SEF 44?   SEF (Special Endorsement for Family Protection) endorsements are a wonderful thing. They allow Albertans to protect themselves and their family in case they are involved in a car accident in circumstances where the at-fault motorist is uninsured or has insufficient insurance to pay the injured Albertans their damages. Albertans are able to […]

What is a Psychological Injury? If you’re hurt by someone else’s negligence, often the injuries aren’t just physical. Psychological injuries (also known as emotional, psychiatric or mental injuries) are a common consequence of accidents and malpractice – and often have just as big an impact on your life. Recent Changes to the Law Regarding Psychological […]

D-U-High: Cannabis and Impaired Driving

With the Canadian government set to legalize recreational marijuana, 2018 is going to be a big year for changes on Canadian roads. As it stands (and since we’re talking about politics, we can’t promise anything), Canadians over the age of 18 should be able to purchase and consume recreational marijuana by October 2018. Cannabis and […]

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