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Being injured by an accident can affect not only your health but also your work. Call us to ensure you get your fair compensation.
Braithwaite Boyle is on your side; we fight to ensure your rights are protected. You do not pay us until we get you the fair and proper compensation you are entitled to through a settlement or court judgment. When you hire an experienced personal injury lawyer at Braithwaite Boyle, we’ll provide you with the following services:
Collect all medical reports and related documentation including, where required, expert medical reports, income loss documentation and where necessary vocational assessments, housekeeping losses and other special damage claim documentation to assist us to quantify and prove your accident injury compensation claim.
Determine how much your injury claim is worth when your injuries have stabilized. Braithwaite Boyle injury lawyers are familiar with damage assessments. Our lawyers will advise you about proper compensation and will negotiate a fair and proper settlement on your behalf so that you get the compensation you deserve.
Negotiate or go to court to get you the proper compensation for damages or injuries caused by the accident. This compensation typically includes pain and suffering damages, medical expenses and services, past and future wages, and homemaking loss (where applicable) and past and future care treatment expenses.
File a bodily injury law suit in court within the appropriate limitation period and ensure all legal documents are prepared and filed to obtain proper compensation for your injuries.
Fight any unjust denial of liability or refusal to pay proper compensation to the injured parties by the at fault insurance company to trial and appeal where necessary.
Recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada have broadened the scope of liability of Government Authorities and Officials. The law now holds that Government Authorities and Officials may be responsible for damage caused if they do not give proper consideration to the circumstances before implementing a policy, or if their employees act negligently in carrying out operations under that policy. For example, if a city established a policy of inspecting fire hydrants on a regular basis, that policy cannot be changed if it is reasonably made. However, if the city officials fail to inspect fire hydrants according to the policy, and that failure to inspect results in injury, damage or loss, the city may be responsible.
Know your rights and get the skilled help you need today by calling for a free initial consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers. If you are hospitalized or homebound and are unable to come to our office, we will come to you. Help is a phone call away, let our experience work for you so that you get the results you need.
For skilled experienced and caring personal injury legal representation throughout Alberta, contact one of our three offices today for your free initial consultation. We look forward to talking to you.