CAM LLP is sponsoring Brain Care Centre’s 2nd annual bike-a-thon, Bike for Brain Care 2021, which is set to start in August.
The event is open to people of all ages and abilities and is not limited to biking (you are welcome to walk, run or roll!). You can register as an individual or a team and, during August, set and share your mileage goals to help raise money in support of Brain Care Centre’s recovery therapy programs – something that benefits all Albertans.
If you want to participate yourself, you can learn more here: https://bit.ly/3gziIf8
Or, if you are busy in August, we have registered a team to raise funds which you can support here: https://bit.ly/3y0kbCL Continue reading
Our firm is proud to be the Presenting Sponsor for the Lexus of Edmonton 108th Alberta Open. This year’s tournament with take place July 30 to August 2, 2021 at the University of Alberta Outdoor Tennis Centre @ Michener Park, Edmonton.
The registration deadline is Friday 23rd (23:59 MST). For more information on the Lexis of Edmonton 108th Alberta Open and to register please visit Tennis Alberta’s website.
As a long-time supporter of Tennis Alberta, we’re delighted to see one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the province back for an action filled weekend. We are also excited to see life in Alberta start to return to normal and important community events like this back up and running. Continue reading
A spinal cord injury is a traumatic and devastating injury. Spinal cord injuries can cause an array of issues for the injured person. Changes in strength and sensation can sometimes result in permanent paralyzation that affects mobility and the ability to engage in daily activities. The debilitating effects of this type of injury can also lead to mental wellness challenges like depression and coping with anxiety about the future. In short, this is a life-changing injury that requires significant re-learning and adapting to a new reality for both the injured person and their loved ones. It can feel overwhelming.
If someone you love is suffering from a spinal cord injury, your role in their recovery will be crucial, but you may feel helpless with no idea how to help. Continue reading
What is the Bell “Let’s Talk” Campaign
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many Canadians to take on feelings of stress and anxiety. It’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed as we continue to tackle the pandemic, and people living with mental health challenges may find it especially difficult to cope.
Bell’s “Let’s Talk” annual mental health initiative is January 28, 2021. “Let’s Talk” is intended to promote awareness of mental illness and help people take action to seek out the support and treatment they need. The campaign is based on four pillars:
- Fighting the stigma that is often associated with mental health issues
- Improving access to care for people facing mental health challenges
- Fostering workplaces that support mental wellness
- Supporting ongoing world-class research
In case you don’t know how it works, Bell will donate 5¢ towards mental health initiatives in Canada, for every text, call, tweet, Instagram post, Facebook video view and Snapchat geo filter on January 25th, regardless of your cell phone carrier. Continue reading
We are proud to have been chosen Edmonton’s Top Injury Law Firm, following a survey by Top Choice Awards ™! This is the eighth consecutive year we’ve been honoured with this recognition, and we want to express a sincere thank you to everyone who submitted a vote in support of our firm.
By choice we represent only the seriously injured, allowing us to dedicate the time and financial resources to the cases of our clients. Our goal with every client is to provide them with excellent service, and to treat them with dignity and respect. We believe this honour recognizes that dedication to our clients, and we are thrilled to be Edmonton’s Top Choice Award ™ 2021 winner! Continue reading
Alberta’s advisory committee on insurance reform has recommended that the province change its auto insurance system to a no-fault system. No-fault auto insurance is common in jurisdictions where government plays a larger role in people’s lives such as British Columbia and Saskatchewan. This system is inconsistent with the values of personal responsibility, self-determination, and fairness that Albertans hold dear.
Experience in the U.S. and other provinces has also shown that no-fault doesn’t reduce premiums but leads to higher costs and fewer protections and civil rights for Albertans. A no-fault insurance means that if you’re hurt or your vehicle is damaged in an accident, your own insurance company will pay for some of your losses, no matter who caused the accident. Continue reading