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.
Being involved in a car accident is always a stressful experience. But getting into a car accident while driving a rented vehicle can add even more stress to an already difficult situation. That is why it is good to be prepared before renting a vehicle, so that you know what your options are if you happen to get into an accident.
How much is my file worth?
We are often asked “how much is my file worth?” or “will I get a million dollars for my injuries?”. The fact of the matter is that determining what your injuries are worth in law is an art and not a science. No two cases are the same, and it all depends on your injuries and the impact that these injuries have had on you. This blog will discuss the way that injury claims work and the many different parts that make up an injury claim.
With the warm weather upon us, so too are road trips and cross border visits to the many scenic and beautiful locations in Canada. If you are travelling to British Columbia this summer by road, it is important to know how claims in British Columbia operate compared to the claims in Alberta.
In Alberta, every auto insurance policy includes Section B benefits that can be claimed after you are in an accident, whether you are at fault or not. However, there are circumstances where your insurance company can deny your claim for benefits. This blog will discuss the instances where your insurance company can deny your claim, and what you can do about it.
After a car accident, one of the many issues that you may be facing is a possible increase in your car insurance premiums. While it can be difficult to control these increases in premiums, there are certain things that you can do to keep them as low as possible. In this blog, we will explain 8 different ways that you may be able to reduce your car insurance premiums.