Jun 16, 2021
Whether you’re dealing with a divorce or trying to recover after an accident left you injured (or both), we understand that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. You may be going through a difficult time, feeling skeptical, and looking for a law firm you can trust… but Litco Law will be here for you through it all. Though we don’t handle divorce-related legal services directly, our clients occasionally ask whether a divorce can affect a Personal Injury (PI) settlement. It’s key to have a trusted Personal Injury lawyer by your side to help you understand if your claim could be included in the assets divided in a marriage separation
Jun 14, 2021
At Litco Law, we take care of the legal work and the paperwork so you can take care of what’s important: yourself and your family. So if you haven’t heard from us lately in the midst of an ongoing file, you can take comfort knowing we are working hard behind the scenes… because we truly care about our clients! We’re results-focused, so when we’re not talking to you, we’re finding solutions. But we will always let you know when there is an update, and you can count on us to abide by the 24/30 rule with everything we do.
Jun 1, 2021
Hello and welcome back to another episode of Ask a Litco Bro! In this series, Litco Law’s CEO and seasoned Personal Injury lawyer, Todd Litwiniuk, answers your most burning legal questions. Today, Todd gives us the lowdown on general damages— what they are, how they are calculated, and what to expect from your case. Watch …
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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