CHANGES TO REPORTING AN ACCIDENT IN EDMONTON: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW STARTING SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

So, you’ve had a motor vehicle accident. You’ve exchanged contact and insurance information with the other driver at the scene of the accident, taken pictures of the damage, and spoken to any witnesses. You’ve noted anything important about the scene. The vehicles involved are driveable, and thankfully nobody needs an ambulance. You’ve called the police, but they’ve told you that they aren’t going to attend the scene, and you need to file a report. If the accident happened within the City of Edmonton, that used to mean going to a police station to file a report. Starting on September 29, 2022, that will no longer be the case. Continue Reading

The New Alberta “NO FAULT” Automobile Insurance Changes Started January 1, 2022 Will NOT Effect Your Personal Injury Claim

Changes to Insurance Law in January of 2022

Last year, the government of Alberta made a few changes to the Insurance Act. One of these changes comes into effect on January 1, 2022. The change will allow for direct compensation for property damage claims, which includes coverage for your vehicle damage, any loss of use of the vehicle, as well as physical objects which are affected inside the vehicle. The new direct compensation law coming into effect has NO EFFECT ON PERSONAL OR COMPENSATION claims to any degree. Continue Reading

MOUSTARAH AND COMPANY UPDATE

Temporary suspension of all in-person client meetings

To our valued clients and community,

There is a growing global and local concern around COVID-19 and we are doing our best to assist our health care system by flattening the curve and protecting our clients and all members of our community. THE WELL BEING OF OUR COMMUNITY IS THE MOST IMPORTAT THING TO US. Continue Reading