In 2017 there were 1,637 collisions in Edmonton caused by a vehicle turning left across the path of oncoming traffic. Unsafe left turns were the second most frequent cause of collisions in Edmonton in 2017, and 20% of those collisions resulted in injuries.
In this fast-paced day and age, where many traditional business and service models are changing, it is not uncommon for people to be without a family doctor or regular doctor who they see on a consistent basis.
As personal injury lawyers, we cannot emphasize enough the importance of a family doctor, or seeing the same physician on a consistent basis, to a personal injury claim. This blog post outlines the important role that a family doctor has in a personal injury claim.
On November 28, 2018, Moustarah & Company team members attended the Festival of Trees opening Gala, where funds were raised to support the University Hospital Foundation.
Over the last 34 years, the Festival of Trees has raised $20 million for critically important causes at the University of Alberta Hospital, the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute and the Kaye Edmonton Clinic. This year, funds were raised to help the Brain Centre purchase state of the start CT imaging technology.
As the silent auction bidding software sponsors, Moustarah & Company directly contributed to the Festival of Trees’ efforts to raise vital funds for this important cause.
At Moustarah & Company, we understand the effects that a motor vehicle collision and injuries caused by a motor vehicle collision can have on your life. That is why we are committed to providing outstanding service that is tailored to your needs, to help you during this difficult time.
As part of our commitment to providing excellent service, we have created the brochure pictured below to provide you with some information on navigating a personal injury claim, and what you should know and expect when you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision, contact us for a free initial consultation.
There are many different car insurance providers and many different policy add-ons and features to consider. However, there are generally 3 main potential parts to your car insurance policy:
- Section A (liability insurance) – this is the part of your policy that would kick in when you are at fault to cover the damage or injuries that you cause (with some exceptions).
- Section B (accidents benefits) – this part must be included in your policy by law, and offers you some basic coverage for medical care and disability benefits when you are injured in a car accident regardless of whose fault the accident is (with some exceptions). Section B also covers passengers in your car at the time of the accident.
- Section C – this part is optional (and if you have it you have what is called comprehensive coverage), and it is the part of your policy that would pay for damages to your own car if you were involved in an accident (with some exceptions).
If you have been
injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence
We understand that this might be your first time at a lawyer’s office or the first time that you have been involved in an accident, and this entire process might be new to you. While every file is different and while depend on the particulars of the case, below is a general outline of what may happen when you open a personal injury file with our office.
Please note: The information provided on this website does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such. Moustarah & Company does not guarantee that this information is accurate or up to date. As a result, should you require legal advice, please contact a lawyer.
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