It’s almost summertime and as more people head out onto the sidewalks and streets, it’s more important than ever for drivers and pedestrians to look out for each other.
WHAT IS THE “CAP”?
In 2004, the Alberta government passed the Minor Injury Regulation, which capped damages for pain and suffering for certain so-called “minor injuries” caused by a motor vehicle collision.
Suffering from a concussion after a car accident is common. In fact, car accidents are one of the leading causes of concussions in Canada.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live our daily lives and has forced the government to make orders restricting how we interact with each other.
If you don’t have the right type of auto insurance coverage, you could be left with a huge bill after a collision. Even if the collision was not your fault, you could be left at the mercy of the other driver’s insurance company.
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.