If you or a family member have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, figuring out who you can claim compensation from can be confusing. Below is an overview of the types of compensation a lawyer can help you claim and who you can commence a lawsuit against.
Cognitive functionalities refer to the way we think, analyze, perceive and process information. If someone suffers from a traumatic injury or impact to the head, some neurological abilities such as memory, concentration, reasoning and understanding can be lost permanently. Cognitive dysfunction is life-altering and can thus be extremely frustrating resulting in emotional outbursts or drug dependence and abuse.
The new cap for pain and suffering damages due to minor injuries incurred from an automobile accident in 2023 is $5,817. This is a 1.2 percent increase from the previous year, as per Alberta’s Minor Injury Regulations, which mandate that the cap is to increase each year in accordance with inflation. The cap on pain and suffering damages for minor injuries was originally set at $4,000 in 2004.