Don't let an insurance company tell you what your injury claim is worth.
Let our experience work for you.
Whether you have been injured in an automobile accident, or have suffered injury from a slip and fall, Kain Law has the experience to assist you with your claim, and ensure that you obtain the compensation you are entitled to.
Marcy A. Kain has over 17 years of experience in advancing injury claims, including 4 years of experience as counsel for large insurance companies in defending injury actions. Many firms offer personal injury litigation experience to you, but few have had the experience of knowing how an insurer will respond to your claim from the inside. Let that experience from "the other side" work for you in advancing and negotiating proper compensation for your injury claims.
We offer free consultations for injury claims, and in many instances will be able to advance your injury claim on a contingency fee basis (we don't get paid unless you get paid).
Call Kain Law to arrange for an appointment for a free consultation regarding your injury compensation claim.
We also offer online booking for injury consultation appointments. Click here to book online.
Personal Injury Cap
In 2009, the Alberta Court of Appeal upheld the 2004 Minor Injury Regulation. This means that your injury compensation can be limited or capped in certain instances. The cap only applies to automobile accident claims, and only caps or limits certain injuries that are considered "minor" as defined in the regulations. Injury claims for non-minor injuries are not affected by the Regulation.
In attempting to resolve your injury claim, insurers tend to offer to resolve your injury claim for less than the capped amount, or they neglect to inform you that there might be additional compensation that you are entitled to. If you try to resolve your claim on your own, remember that an insurer cannot give you legal advice, and that it is in their interests to pay out as little as possible to resolve your claim.
Contact Kain Law to arrange for an appointment for a free consultation to determine whether your accident injuries are affected by the Minor Injury Regulations.