Unfortunately a motor vehicle collision can cause the death of a family member, resulting in financial hardships for loved ones. Richard Edwards is a wrongful death and fatality lawyer who knows how to guide you to recovering Section B benefits and compensation payable under the Fatal Accidents Act.
Richard Edwards will ensure that you receive compensation for the loss of a loved one. Compensation includes: counseling expenses, death benefits, funeral expenses, bereavement award, loss of dependency on household services, loss of dependency on financial resources/income.
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Richard Edwards and his team not only care about you, but we have the experience and resources available to maximize your compensation. While treating you and injuries with the respect they deserve, we will invest the time and resources in proving your losses. We understand that proving your case can take time and do not believe in rushing the process for short term, quick compensation. Whether a successful resolution occurs in our offices or by trial in a courtroom, Richard Edwards will personally go the distance for you.
Retaining a lawyer as soon as possible post-accident is extremely important. Richard Edwards will guide you through important first steps and provide critical guidance for the entire process. You have a 2 year limitation from the date of the accident to file a claim against the other party involved in the accident.
Yes, a wrongful death claim can be brought against the responsible party with the help of a lawyer.
If you choose to accept this compensation, your claim will be considered closed. You will not be able to re-open it in the event you feel you deserve more money. Insurance companies may not offer you what your claim is worth. If you feel you are not being provided with a fair offer, you should contact a personal injury lawyer. Richard Edwards will assess your claim for its full potential.
There are multiple options are available, including:
• Third-party disability insurance
• Disability insurance provided through employer
• Income replacement benefits provided through auto insurance company
• Employment Insurance (EI)
• Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Benefits
• Alberta Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)
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