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Kirsten McMahon

You were injured in a car accident — now what?

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you may consider speaking with a lawyer as soon as possible. By consulting with an experienced personal injury lawyer, you will learn more about your rights, the merits of your claim, and your ability to receive

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Kirsten McMahon

Changing court landscape in the wake of Omicron

Across the province, courts have either gone virtual, been delayed or stopped indefinitely over the past two years, causing a “huge access to justice problem that needs to be addressed,” says Settlement Lenders President Larry Herscu. Earlier this year, Alberta courts postponed some

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Larry Herscu

Dealing with financial stress after an accident

As people struggle with debt and finance-related anxiety, it’s not surprising that Canadians once again ranked money as their most significant source of stress. The FP Canada 2021 Financial Stress Index shows 38 per cent of Canadians polled said money is their biggest stressor, even more

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Kirsten McMahon

Uncovering the ‘hidden cost’ of no-fault insurance

A recent survey commissioned by FAIR Alberta shows personal injury lawyers are not the only ones opposed to moving to a no-fault system — almost 60 per cent of Albertans polled still support the current, at-fault system. What’s more, very few respondents said

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Kirsten McMahon

​​Tips for a safe and spooky Halloween

With most provinces giving the green light to trick-or-treating this Halloween, it’s a good idea for parents to check with their local public health authority for COVID-19 safety advice and review general safety precautions. Last year, kids faced a restrictive Halloween and were asked to avoid trick-or-treating in

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Kirsten McMahon

Back to school safety basics

With another school year about to begin, parents and children alike are understandably concerned about staying safe and keeping healthy. Depending on the school board or jurisdiction, our kids face another year of masking, physical distancing, frequent handwashing and symptom screenings. “Although COVID-19

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Kirsten McMahon

Half of Canadians on brink of insolvency: MNP

by A recent survey that shows more than half of Canadians are within $200 of not being able to cover bills is “absolutely frightening,” says Larry Herscu, President and CEO of Settlement Lenders. “It’s evident ongoing economic disruptions are taking their toll on the average Canadian’s

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