Personal Injury Lawyer in Alberta
Do you need an Edmonton personal injury lawyer in or the surrounding areas? We understand this can be not easy, and we are here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation
Moustarah & Company has extensive experience and expertise in many areas of personal injury law, and we understand the physical, emotional, and financial toll an accident or car accident can cause. Our law firm is dedicated to helping clients with their cases.
Are you looking for Injury Lawyers in Edmonton?
Listed as one of the most reviewed law firms in Edmonton on Google Reviews and Lawyer Ratingz, our injury lawyers provide exceptional service, handling your case with the utmost care and dedication. We settle personal injury claims using our knowledge of case law and exceptional negotiation and litigation skills. We provide support and advocacy throughout the process.
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We have expertise dealing with insurance companies and will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve. We have experience helping clients with the following personal injury cases in Alberta.
Frequently Asked Questions
What percentage do most Personal Injury Lawyers take?
In Canada, personal injury lawyers typically take 30-35% of the final settlement as their fee. This percentage can vary based on the case’s complexity and whether it goes to trial.
Why hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Hiring a personal injury lawyer can ensure you navigate legal complexities, negotiate with insurance companies, gather evidence, and maximize compensation. They provide expertise and support during a stressful time.
What is Personal Injury in Canada?
Personal injury in Canada refers to physical or psychological harm suffered by an individual due to the negligence or intentional actions of another party. It encompasses various incidents like car accidents, slips and falls, medical malpractice, etc.
How is Personal Injury calculated?
Compensation for personal injury in Canada includes medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, future care needs, and more. It’s typically calculated by assessing the damages the victim incurred and their impact on their life. Courts or negotiations often determine the final compensation amount.
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