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My name is Joseph A. Nagy. I am an Edmonton personal injury lawyer. I provide injury law services to people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents in Edmonton and throughout central and Northern Alberta. I have successfully resolved thousands of personal injury cases. If you have suffered a personal injury and need the help of a proven, experienced personal injury lawyer, I invite you to call (780) 760-4878 (HURT) or contact Joseph A. Nagy Injury Law to book your free consultation. We will meet with you personally.

Wrongful Death Claims in Alberta

The devastating experience of losing a loved one as a result of an accident takes an enormous emotional toll. At such a time, sorting out what steps to take next may seem like an overwhelming task. You may be entitled to compensation if you file a wrongful death claim. How will you know? Nothing can make

How to Deal with Insurance Adjusters

Understanding the role of an insurance adjuster is vital to receiving the compensation you deserve for your claim. If you have a claim for an injury from a motor vehicle accident, your first point of contact is generally an insurance adjuster. The adjuster’s job is to collect details from you, the claimant or insured party, in order to decide how much compensation the

Injury Claim Compensation When Not Wearing a Seatbelt

Seatbelts are a standard safety feature in all vehicles on the roads today. We all know their importance in preventing severe injuries. In Alberta, wearing seatbelts is also the law. If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident and were not wearing your seatbelt at the time, you are still entitled to seek compensation for

What Is No-Fault Insurance?

Updated March 2, 2023 What Is No-Fault Insurance? Definition No-fault insurance is a system of insurance whereby each party is entitled to compensation through their own insurer. No-fault insurance removes one’s ability to sue the party responsible for personal injury. In contrast, the traditional tort based system allows you to sue the person(s) at fault for

To Stop a Thief – What Could Go Wrong?

To Stop a Thief – What Could Go Wrong? D’Andrea v Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2022 ABCA 337 An SEF 44 is a separate contract rider on your own insurance policy, also known as an SEF 44 Family Protection Endorsement. If the Defendant is uninsured, or underinsured or unknown, then the SEF 44 rider on your

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