Moustarah & Company are proud to announce that our articling student, Megan Schaub, was called to the Alberta Bar on June 29th, 2018. Justice M.E. Burns, of the Court of Queen’s Bench granted the application and admitted Ms. Schaub to the Alberta Bar.
In April of 2018 new provincial impaired driving laws came in to effect in Alberta. But the story of how we got to this point started much earlier. In our first blog post in this series on impaired driving law in Alberta, we review the legal context of impaired driving laws, the history of administrative licence suspensions, and the Sahaluk court cases.
Car accidents can be stressful and confusing. So, imagine the additional stress and confusion that someone might experience if the driver who caused the accident does not have insurance.
Do you sue the other car driver/owner’s insurance company?
There is a common misconception that when you initiate a law suit for losses and injuries suffered as a result of a car accident that you will be suing the other side’s insurance company.
Accident Benefits (also referred to as Section B coverage) is part of your own policy of car insurance, or the policy of a vehicle owner or driver.