Camrose Personal Injury Lawyers

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Since you came to this website, you are obviously searching for a Camrose personal injury lawyer online. It can be very confusing and frustrating to review multiple websites of Camrose personal injury lawyers all claiming to be the best and promising to obtain the highest settlement for you!  Some firms even make the unsupported and therefore unethical claim that they have obtained “Alberta’s Largest Injury Settlements”.  A settlement is a private confidential agreement between two parties and a database in Alberta of injury settlements does not exist, so claiming to have achieved the highest settlements is dishonest and self-serving.  We recently settled a $4 Million Traumatic Brain Injury case which is the largest settlement OUR firm has achieved for a brain injury victim, but we have no idea if this is the largest settlement for a brain injury in Alberta.

What you really need is an independent review process that has already scrutinized the lawyers for you pointing you to a highly skilled lawyer and someone you can trust knowing that lawyer will work hard for you and always be honest with you.


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Fortunately, in Canada and Alberta there is such an independent review process. It is called a Queen’s Counsel appointment, designated as “Q.C.” for short.  A Q.C. designation of a lawyer dates to the 16th Century in England. In Alberta, Q.C. applications are reviewed by a screening committee comprised of Judges and other lawyers. The Judges and lawyers make recommendations to the Minister of Justice and Cabinet of Alberta for consideration of a Queen’s Counsel appointment.

The Q.C. designation is given to lawyers who demonstrate excellence in the practice of law as well as professional integrity and good character. It is a designation of superior achievement in many aspects of the law, sterling reputation and contributions to society in general.

It is very difficult to obtain the designation of Q.C. That is why you won’t find many Q.C.’s listed in other Camrose personal injury law firms. In searching for a Camrose car accident lawyer, review other websites and see how many lawyers have the designation of Q.C., an independent mark of excellence. In Alberta there are 9,867 active lawyers and of those lawyers only 41 lawyers are chosen every two years to receive the honour of Q.C. That works out to only 20 lawyers per year out of almost 10,000 active lawyers.

Brent Handel was chosen a Q.C. on December 30, 2011 after over 20 years as a practicing lawyer. If you need assistance with your serious complex personal injury or fatal accident claim, contact Brent Handel, Q.C. and rest assured that you will have access to top quality legal counsel to advance your personal injury claim.

What We Do

We will assist you in obtaining fair compensation for your pain and suffering, and if you have a permanent injury, future pain and suffering.

We will also claim any loss of wages that you have suffered both past and future.

We will claim medical treatments costs that have not been covered by your own automobile policy, including future treatment costs. This is very important for expensive treatment like physiotherapy or TMJ dysfunction dental costs can be huge. One TMJ specialist we know charges $1,000.00 per hour.

Finally, we will claim on your behalf loss of housekeeping capacity, past and future.

Obtaining fair compensation for a personal injury case is a complex undertaking as it requires a medical foundation and a lawyer who understands the medical issues. In addition to the medical issues, a lawyer must be skilled in the use of the Alberta Rules of Court to advance your case through to setting up a trial to convince the reluctant insurance company to pay a fair amount.

Call our office toll free at 1 (877) 431-5723 to arrange an initial half hour consultation on the phone to determine what your rights and your obligations are after a motor vehicle collision and how you can best achieve fair compensation as the innocent victim of a motor vehicle collision.

Do not delay! Sometimes you think you are not at fault but contributory negligence or partial fault by you could be a factor which could limit the amount you can claim. You are only entitled to compensation in Alberta if you are the innocent victim. In Alberta the party at fault must pay the damages. However, those damages may be apportioned or split if there is fault on both sides.

Just because you may have partial fault for a collision doesn’t mean you cannot obtain compensation. It is important for us to investigate your case as early as possible to obtain witness statements and the police file and to hire an engineer to reconstruct the collision to determine who is at fault so that we can maximize your recovery from the motor vehicle collision as the innocent victim.

So call our offices at 1 (877) 431-5723 to sort out any liability issues – whether you think there are any or not – in order to maximize your recovery.


Handel Law Firm – Camrose – Accident & Injury Lawyers
Personal Injury Lawyers
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1 (877) 431-5723
Injury Compensation Information:
How much is my injury claim worth?


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Handel Law Firm

Camrose Personal Injury Lawyers
Phone: 1 (877) 431-5723
Email: info@helpandhope.ca