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Social Media Do’s and Don’ts With an Injury Claim

February 27th, 2018

What Are the Social Media Do’s and Don’ts With an Injury Claim? Our firm does not tell our clients to avoid social media, but to be aware social media accounts will be monitored by the insurance company or their hired investigators. Social media is being used as evidence more frequently in litigation cases. After analyzing the plaintiff’s social media photos and check-ins, investigators can gather additional evidence, beyond the traditional surveillance methods, which assist in successful investigations. If you have…

KMSC Free Public Skate December 17th

December 1st, 2017

Have some fun this winter season! On Sunday, December 17th KMSC is proudly hosting a free public skate at the Coca-Cola Centre from 2:30-4:15. RSVP on our Facebook page.  Come out and have some fun! There will be Hot Chocolate and Cookies for everyone. Click here to find out more about the Coca-Cola Centre.

Join us on Nov. 30th: Succession Planning — Sparking the Conversation

November 22nd, 2017

Succession planning is a critical part of the future success of any business. However, daily operational demands can make it difficult to find time to sit down and engage in a thorough planning process. Join KMSC Law LLP, MNP and Neil & Associates Insurance and Investments for breakfast and an interactive seminar on the importance of having a succession plan in place and what you should consider as you prepare for your future. Date: Thursday, November 30th, 2017 Location: Paradise Inn and Conference Centre Grande Prairie,…

Motor Vehicle and Pedestrian Accident Claims in Alberta

July 21st, 2017

School’s Out, but Road Safety is Still in. That’s the message the RCMP wants to send, especially to the young drivers that are getting behind the wheel for the first time this summer. A second message that needs to make the rounds is that pedestrian safety is (practically speaking) a shared responsibility. As a pedestrian, you may think you always have the right of way, and in many cases cars and other motor vehicles must yield to pedestrians, but if…

How to Support Your Personal Injury Claim

June 20th, 2017

After you’ve gotten over the initial trauma of your injuries and you are on the road to recovery, you may be wondering what steps to follow to cover your expenses and protect your financial security. Initially, that will take the form of Section B benefits under your own insurance policy, and if your injuries are the result of the negligence of another driver, you will have the ability to obtain compensation from the at-fault driver, usually through their insurance. In…

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