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EDMONTON PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS

EDMONTON PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS

When you’re injured and need help, we can help you.

You may qualify for compensation if you or a loved one suffered injuries because of another person’s negligent actions. Our Edmonton personal injury lawyers can help you identify the at-fault party, prove the validity of your claim, and calculate the financial damages you are eligible to seek. You may qualify for compensation if you or a loved one suffered injuries because of another person’s negligent actions. 

What a Lawyer Can Do For Your Edmonton Injury Case

When you or someone you love in Edmonton is an injury victim, we want to be your advocates. At MNH Injury Lawyers, we support our clients on every level. Your physical and financial recovery are equally important to our team, so we make sure to provide a kind and empathetic client experience.

We are passionate about helping injury victims recover compensation for the harm they suffered. When you count on our team for representation, we will investigate your accident, build a solid case file, guide you through the process, assign a value to your injuries, and negotiate for a favourable settlement. Our Edmonton personal injury lawyers will also present your case in court, if necessary, to prove your right to financial recovery.

Build a Compelling Evidence File

When the accident injury team at MNH Injury Lawyers builds your case, we may consult with experts and witnesses for additional support, such as medical experts, accident scene investigators, and financial experts. We could use their statements to substantiate your case and understand the extent of your damages.

Our lawyers also collect the following types of evidence for your case file:

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We also collect evidence on your behalf to prove the value of each of your damages. For example, our team at MNH Injury Lawyers will request documents to prove your income loss, including tax forms, business records, and employment history. We never stop adding to your evidence file or looking for ways to establish your right to compensation.

Creating a Financial Compensation Checklist

When we represent you, one of our primary goals is to ensure you get the compensation you deserve. As such, our team will take time to develop a comprehensive and detailed list of your expenses and financial losses. We use this list to ensure the recoverable damages you request are thorough and accurate.

Under specific circumstances, we could also help you seek punitive or retributory damages. Unlike other damages that address the expenses and losses you face, punitive damages punish the at-fault party for intentional or egregious acts of wrongdoing.

Our lawyers treat every client we represent like a person, not a case file. That means we listen to your story with compassion and go over every detail of the incident so we do not overlook any potentially recoverable losses.

Damages Our Firm Seeks for Edmonton Personal Injury Clients

When our law firm takes on your personal injury case, we handle every aspect of your compensation request. If another person’s actions or inaction harmed you or a loved one, we help you fight for compensation.

Our team focuses on injury cases that result in:

Serious injuries can include brain damage, spinal cord damage, soft tissue damage, and other catastrophic injuries. We also concentrate on helping you prove the current and ongoing magnitude of your pain and suffering.

Speak With Our Edmonton Legal Team Today

If you or someone you love suffered injuries because of another party in Edmonton one of our personal injury lawyers can help you seek financial compensation. Find out how hard Edmonton injury accident team fights for our clients by getting a free review of your case.

About
Michael Hoosein

Lead Edmonton Personal Injury Lawyer

Michael was called to the Bar in 2005. Having practiced exclusively in personal injury law since becoming a lawyer, Michael has extensive experience in personal injury law including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, severe and catastrophic injuries, fatalities, soft tissue injury claims, whiplash injury claims and disability insurance claims. Over the past decade alone, Michael has successfully achieved settlements for over one thousand of his clients, achieving justice and compensation for those suffering from injuries ranging from soft tissue and whiplash injuries to quadriplegia, paraplegia and brain injuries.

Michael obtained his Master of Laws (LL.M) in 2013 from Osgoode Hall Law School with a specialization in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution. He was the 2017-2018 President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA)
and is currently a member of the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association) and the Canadian Bar Association.

Giving back to the community and those in need is a key part of Michael’s life and he donates generously. When he is not fighting for justice, Michael enjoys the fun things in life with his wife and young children.

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Cases

We Handle

Cases that constitute personal injury litigation can occur in many ways. For example, car accidents often occur in Edmonton where drivers do not take proper precautions for the snow. If you or someone you love was physically injured, we will lead your fight for justice and financial compensation. Below are some of the more common types of personal injury claims we have assisted with:

Car
Accidents

Car
Accidents

A car accident claim is a personal injury claim that is made after a car accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another driver.
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Truck
Accidents

Truck
Accidents

A truck accident claim is a personal injury claim that is made after an accident involving a semi-truck, 18 wheeler, dump truck, tanker truck, logging truck, concrete mixer or other commercial vehicle.
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Motorcycle
Accidents

Motorcycle
Accidents

A motorcycle accident claim is a personal injury claim that is made after a motorcycle accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another driver.
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Wrongful
Death

Wrongful
Death

The term wrongful death refers to a civil action filed by family members of an accident victim where the negligent actions of another party has caused the death of their loved one.
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Bicycle
Accidents

Bicycle
Accidents

A bicycle accident claim is a personal injury claim that is made after an accident involving a bicyclist. Bicycle accidents can often result in serious injuries, especially when they are involved in car accidents with passenger vehicles or semi-trucks.
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Pedestrian
Accidents

Pedestrian
Accidents

A pedestrian accident claim is a personal injury claim that is made after an accident involving a pedestrian.
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Traumatic
Brain Injuries

Traumatic
Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when an external force traumatically injures the brain. This may be caused by a blow to the head, or by forces produced by accidents or incidents that jar or shake the head and brain.
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Burn
Injuries

Burn
Injuries

Burn Injuries can lead to expensive medical bills and lasting physical and mental consequences.
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Our Edmonton personal injury lawyers get results

* Note that past performance/results are not necessarily reflective of future performance/results

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