When you are injured in an accident, your life changes in an instant. If those changes impact your ability to work or require medical care to recover, you are entitled to financial compensation.
Speaking to an Alberta personal injury lawyer should always be your first step following an accident. The lawyers at Affinity Law are here to represent you and protect your rights, ensuring you get the financial support you deserve.
Alberta Attorneys: Why Choose Us?
At Affinity Law, our lawyers care about our clients. We believe everyone deserves experienced representation when filing a personal injury claim. We have a proven track record for providing unparalleled legal advice and services to our clients, ensuring they receive the optimum settlement they are entitled to.
We work tirelessly to ensure every aspect of your accident and the medical details of your injuries are explored to provide conclusive proof you are eligible for compensation. We are by your side to ensure you have the financial support required to improve your quality of life following a life-changing injury.
With years of combined experience, our personal injury law firm for Alberta residents is the logical choice for clients facing impossible situations and injuries impacting their quality of life and finances.
Our Personal Injury Legal Services in Alberta
Affinity Law offers the following personal injury services in Alberta:
Break and Fracture Claims
Bone breaks and fractures can lead to complications that keep you from working and interfere with your quality of life.
Whether it is chronic pain, nerve damage, lost earnings due to recovery and treatments or other complications, we can assess your case and determine if you have a valid break and fracture claim.
Catastrophic injuries are life-changing, with long-term effects that can impact you mentally, physically or both. When such an injury occurs, it will likely have a drastic impact on your finances and could entitle you to financial compensation.
As long-term disability lawyers for Alberta residents, we can help assess your case and file a catastrophic injury claim.
Section B Benefits
Also known as Statutory Accident Benefits, when you are at fault for a car accident, you are still entitled to benefits to compensate you for lost earnings, medical expenses, and other economic losses.
We will consider the extent of injuries to determine what you qualify for under your insurance policy and help ensure you receive the full accident benefits you deserve.
Slip and Fall Claims
If you suffer an injury caused by someone else’s neglect, you have a right to seek compensation. We can assess the conditions of your injury and the sight of your accident to file a claim to cover the costs of treatment, recovery, and lost earnings.
It just takes a second for a serious car accident to change your life forever. If you are involved in an accident, our team of car accident lawyers for Alberta residents is ready to assist and help you receive the compensation you deserve.
Head & Brain Injuries
Head and brain injuries can have lifetime effects that interfere with your ability to earn a living, support your family, and carry on significant partnerships with loved ones. We are here to seek the compensation you deserve, whether you were injured as a result of an accident, child abuse, negligent medical procedures, and more.
Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents
Cars are not the only mode of transportation that can lead to injuries from accidents. Riding a bicycle and walking can both lead to collisions and serious injuries eligible for compensation.
Whether you suffer from chronic pain, have been told you will require a wheelchair, or have complete loss of motor functions, a spinal injury impacting your ability to work and manage daily activities can entitle you to compensation. Our personal injury law firm for Alberta residents is ready to review your case and determine how to approach your spinal injury claim.
Living with chronic pain as a result of an accident can completely change your career, relationships and ability to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.
If the aftermath of an injury has left you dealing with chronic pain, we can review your case and determine if you have a legitimate chronic pain claim to seek compensation.
Soft Tissue Injuries
Soft tissue injuries include ligament and tendon damage serious enough to require long-term medical care or cause permanent disability. We can help you seek compensation to cover your costs and lost earnings.
If you have been diagnosed with this condition due to an injury or another person’s negligence, yet have been denied compensation by your insurer, we have unique experience representing fibromyalgia cases and acting as staunch advocates for your rights.
The loss of a loved one due to neglect, malpractice, an accident or other cause is one of the most devastating experiences you can face. We are here to investigate the circumstances and determine if it is considered a wrongful death to recover the benefits and financial compensation you are due.
Children’s Injury Claims
If your child was injured due to the negligence of a 3rd party, you might be entitled to receive compensation to help them recover or live with their injuries. We are here to defend your child and ensure they have the best possible care to improve their future.
Alberta Lawyer FAQs
What’s the difference between a lawyer and an attorney?
A lawyer provides legal assistance, counselling or advice, while an attorney can also represent you in court.
Can a lawyer represent a friend?
No. A lawyer representing a friend presents a conflict of interest that can interfere with their judgement and ability to represent and advise you objectively.
Can a lawyer represent a family?
No. Being related to a client presents a conflict of interest that can interfere with a lawyer’s judgement and objectivity.
Can a lawyer represent their spouse?
No. The nature of a spousal relationship presents a conflict of interest that disqualifies a lawyer from representing their spouse.