Lethbridge Personal Injury Lawyers

Whether you slipped and fell on a wet floor at the grocery store, got hurt in a motor vehicle accident, or anything in between, our legal team is here to help. Our team of lawyers have settled thousands of cases and recovered millions of dollars for our clients since 1976. At Litco Law, we are committed to battling unfairness, inequity, and injustice on behalf of those who are injured. We are excited to be able to assist Lethbridge residents with their personal injury cases thanks to our new Lethbridge location. Book a free consultation today to learn how we can help.

Our Lethbridge Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help with A Variety of Claims, Including:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents

  • Pedestrian Accidents

  • Premises Accidents

  • Bicycle Accidents

  • Slip and Fall Accidents

  • Trip and Fall Accidents

  • Motorcycle Accidents

  • Hit and Run Accidents

  • Fatal Accidents

  • Snowmobile Accidents

  • Boating Accidents

  • E-bike and E-scooter Accidents

  • Dirt Bike Accidents

  • ATV Accidents

  • Taxi Accidents

  • Uber and Lyft Accidents

  • Rental Car Accidents

  • Bus Accidents

  • Commercial Host Liability

  • And more

Can I Afford a Personal Injury Claim?

Our lawyers work on a contingency basis for personal injury claims. This means that our pricing is based on a percentage of the final settlement if your case is successful. This means that you won’t pay us anything until your claim is resolved. Our percentage fee is flat and will not increase over time.

At Litco Law, you will never have to pay out-of-pocket for legal fees while you have an ongoing personal injury claim. We will always cover the cost of disbursements during your claim, which means that Litco Law pays for those expenses while your claim is ongoing. This is not always the case with other personal injury firms, so be sure to always ask if they cover disbursements.

Legal Process for Filing a Claim

The first step of filing a personal injury claim is known as the pre-litigation stage. In this stage, your lawyer is talking to the other person's insurance company and gathering evidence to support your claim. Your lawyer will gather information relating to the extra costs you had to incur, medical reports, and how much income you may have lost because of your injuries. All this information helps your lawyer figure out how much compensation you may rightfully deserve.

How long this pre-litigation part lasts can really vary. It could range anywhere from just a few weeks to several years. Sometimes, your case might get sorted out during this stage if the insurance companies are willing to settle. In the event that a fair settlement is not reached, your claim might be subject to mediation. Mediation is an efficient and less taxing option compared to trial. It offers both you and the opposing party a chance to settle the matter and reach an agreement without stepping into a courtroom. At Litco Law, our personal injury lawyers have been assisting Albertans with all aspects of their personal injury claims for decades.

In Alberta, you generally have up to two years from the date of your accident to file an injury claim, or your right to file a claim is lost forever. There are often other important deadlines or limitations before the two-year mark, so it is a good idea to consult an injury lawyer sooner rather than later.

Contact our Lethbridge Personal Injury Lawyers Today

We handle negotiations with insurance companies and the complexities of your case, so you can focus on your health and recovery. Our legal team is dedicated to advocating for those who need help with their personal injury claims. Contact us today to speak with a member of our legal team and book for free consultation.

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    IMPORTANT! If you agree to an insurance company’s settlement offer, you give up your legal right to pursue a personal injury claim. It is best to assess the full extent of your injuries and how they will affect your life before you accept an offer. Please note that you have a maximum of two years from the date of the accident to file an injury claim in Alberta.

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