TORT CLAIM EDMONTON

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TORT CLAIMS – PERSONAL INJURY LAW

The purpose of a Tort Claim is not to punish the guilty party but to compensate the injured party, in Canadian Civil Law. There are steps to follow in case you find yourself in such a situation:

Firstly, get medical attention and document everything related to your injury, including any details about the accident, witness/es information and statements, locations of any surveillance cameras, dashcam footage etc. Additionally try to obtain as much information from the guilty party including name, address, drivers license, phone number, vehicle info and any other details that may assist you later on.

Then, contact a personal injury lawyer in Edmonton as soon as possible. We have extensive experience handling tort claims at Sidhu Personal Injury Lawyers Edmonton, from car accidents to slips and falls. We will advocate on your behalf to ensure you receive the maximum compensation you’re entitled to by law.

Call us today or contact us online for a free consultation with our legal team. We’re here to help you get the justice you deserve.

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HANDLING TORT CLAIMS WITH A RELIABLE INJURY LAWYER

Plenty of accidents can count as tort claims, including:

– Car accidents 

-Truck accidents

– Motorcycle accidents

– Pedestrian accidents

– Bicycle accidents

– Slip and fall accidents

– Dog bites

Whatever the cause of your injury, we can help you hold the responsible party accountable. We have experience handling all types of tort claims, including:

Car accidents: If you’ve suffered from a vehicle accident, we can help you recover damages for your injuries, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.

Slip and fall accidents: If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, we can help you hold them accountable.

Product liability: If a defective product has injured you, we can help you pursue a claim against the manufacturer.

Trespass: If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, we can help you recover damages.

Assault and Battery: If you’ve been the victim of assault or battery, we can help you pursue a claim against your attacker.

Negligent infliction of emotional distress: If you’ve suffered emotional distress due to someone else’s negligence, we can help you get settlements for your damages.

Whatever type of accident you’ve been in, we can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact our lawyers to book your free consultation with our team!

A PROVEN TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS

We have a proven track record of successfully handling tort claims at Sidhu Personal Injury Lawyers Edmonton. We have recovered countless dollars in compensation for our clients, and we’re ready to put our experience to work for you.

Settlements for tort claims can vary widely, depending on the facts of the case and the extent of the injuries. Our team will thoroughly investigate your accident and build a strong case for damages. We’re not afraid to take your case to trial if necessary to get you the best possible outcome.

We also ensure all our clients are in the loop throughout the process, so you’ll always know what’s going on with your case. We’re here to answer your questions and help you get the compensation you need to move forward with your life.

If you’ve been in an accident, don’t wait to get started on your claim. Contact us today for a free consultation with our team. We are available for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,

NEED AN EXPERIENCED LAWYER WHO CAN HELP YOU WIN YOUR TORT CLAIM?

Finding a lawyer you can trust to uphold your rights shouldn’t have to be a guessing game. If you’ve been injured, your first step should always be to seek medical attention and document everything related to your injury, including any lost wages or out-of-pocket expenses. Then, when you’re ready, look for an experienced law firm with a proven track record of success with tort claims.

If you’re looking for an experienced personal injury lawyer who can help you win your tort claim, look no further than Sidhu Personal Injury Lawyers Edmonton. Our team has extensive experience handling tort claims, from car accidents to emotional distress. We will advocate on your behalf to make sure you receive the most favorable compensation that you are entitled.

Call us today or book for a free consultation with our team below. We’re here to help you get the justice you deserve!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

There are three main types of torts: intentional, negligence, and strict liability.

Intentional torts are when the person committing the tort knows their actions will cause harm to another person. An example of an intentional tort is assault.

Negligence torts are when the person committing the tort doesn’t intend to cause harm but does so through carelessness or inaction. An example of negligence is certain types of car accidents.

Strict liability torts are when the person committing the tort may not have intended to cause harm but can be held liable anyway due to the nature of their actions. An example of a strict liability tort includes the ability to sue an employer over the actions of the employee, e.g. a delivery driver and their employer both getting sued for a car accident caused by the employee.

Tort law is a type of law that covers civil wrongs and injuries. Tort law allows people to seek compensation for their damages due to someone else’s negligence or wrongful actions.

An example of a tort claim is a car accident. If you’ve been in a car accident, you can file a tort claim against the other driver to recover damages for your injuries, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.

The cost of hiring a tort lawyer will vary depending on the complexity of your case and the lawyer’s fees. Most tort lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, which means they only get paid if you win your case.

A tort and a crime are that a tort is a civil wrong, while a crime is a criminal offense. Torts allow people to seek compensation for their damages, while crimes are punishable by fines or jail time.

A claim is a demand for compensation or damages. For example, when you file a tort claim, you claim that the other party is responsible for your injuries and losses.