We are proud to have been chosen Edmonton’s top Injury Law Firm, following a survey by Top Choice Awards ™! This is the sixth 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 ™ 2019 winner! Continue reading
CAM LLP is proud to be named as an Official 2019 Top Choice Award Nominee for the Top Injury Law Firm of 2019 in Edmonton; the sixth year in a row we’ve been recognized with this honour.
We want to send out our sincere thanks to all of those who nominated us. Voting is now open, and if you feel that we have earned your vote, we would appreciate you taking the time to vote for us. Voting is now open and runs until January 2nd, 2019.
Please visit topchoiceawards.com/vote and enter Cummings Andrews Mackay LLP in the search field. Continue reading
At CAM LLP we are proud to be good neighbours. Whether it’s a local sporting event, charities or community services, community involvement is important to us.
As personal injury lawyers we help our clients recover, often times from serious physical injury. The ultimate goal is to help our clients return to their pre-accident lives, where that is possible. Appropriate access to rehabilitation services is critical for achieving optimum recovery. Our community is fortunate to have access to some truly excellent community-based resources to help injured people recover and come to terms with post-injury life.
We are proud to support a number of these resources. Continue reading
What is the Bell “Let’s Talk” Campaign
As many of you may have noticed, Bell’s “Let’s Talk” initiative is set to run on Wednesday, January 25th.
“Let’s Talk” is intended to promote awareness of mental illness and jumpstart action(s) to help people access the treatment they need. The campaign is based on four pillars:
- Fighting the stigma that is often (wrongly) 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