Are you looking for a Personal Injury Lawyer in Calgary, Alberta?
Over 18,000 people are injured and 300 are killed in automobile accidents in Alberta every year.
The thing about accidents is you never know when you’re going to meet with one that ruins your life, affects your ability to work or even carry on with routine activities that we take for granted, besides causing great financial damage and loss to your business.
Accidents can happen for any reason – but there is nothing worse than suffering a grievous damage or injury because of someone else’s fault or negligence. It’s not just the physical pain or the emotional turmoil that you go through, but also the medical tests, insurance claims and investigations, dealing with the police, visits to the court and more.
The compassionate personal injury lawyers at Shory Law are here to help. The Personal Injury Lawyers at Shory Law handle personal injury claims on behalf of injured individuals AND on the behalf of families of individuals who have died because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing.
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- ATV Accidents
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Dog and Animal Bites
- Brain and Spinal Injuries
The Best Personal Injury Law Firm in Calgary, Alberta
Shory Law is a Calgary-based law firm that specializes in Personal Injury Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Immigration Law, Civil Litigation Law and Real Estate Law. We have been around since 1998 and our lawyers have a combined 30 years of experience in litigation.
You can count on our team of highly skilled Personal Injury Lawyers in Calgary to stand by your side when the going gets tough. We are not afraid to take on anyone, whether it is a high net worth individual or a large law firm hired by multinational corporations or insurance companies. We do our best to negotiate a good deal for you. If not, we will make a forceful case for you in the Court of Law so that you get the compensation you deserve.
If you have suffered from an injury or have lost a family member as a result of an organization or an individual’s wrongdoing, please contact our Calgary Personal Injury Lawyers for a free one-to-one initial discussion
How is my case value determined?
The amount that you can receive from your settlement depends on several factors, including the extent of your injuries, the cost of medical care and other expenses, and the effects your injuries will have on your life moving forward. In Alberta, you can make claims for your physical injuries, past and future loss of income, past and future loss of housekeeping capacity, and other damages arising from the accident. Speaking with a personal injury lawyer is the best way to understand and quantify the value of your claim.
When to call a personal injury lawyer in Calgary, Alberta?
You should consult with the personal injury lawyers at Shory Law if you or someone close to you has suffered any of the following because of sheer negligence or wrongdoing on the part of another party.
- Brain Injury
- Memory Loss
- Debilitating Chronic pain
- Not Able to Work Anymore
- Joint injuries
- Cannot Perform Even Routine Everyday Tasks at Home
- Orthopedic injuries
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Acute Stress Disorder
- Nerve damage
- Severe Whiplash Injuries
In most of the cases listed above, you are entitled to compensation for all the pain and suffering, medical costs and other costs, financial loss and loss of income caused to you because of someone else’s fault, whether that is an individual, a large corporation or a non-government organization.
The insurance company wants me to provide records, what should I do?
It depends. If your own insurance company is asking for records, it would likely benefit you to comply as they are responsible for paying out your Section B Benefits (insurance benefits for people injured in motor vehicle accidents). However, if the other driver’s insurance company is asking for records, then they are likely trying to settle the matter with you. In either case, it would be best to speak with a personal injury lawyer to give you advice or represent you before you deal with an insurance company’s demands for records.