CAM LLP: 10 years recognized as Edmonton’s Top Choice Injury Law Firm!

We are pleased to announce that our firm has been voted Edmonton’s Top Injury Law Firm in the 2023 Top Choice Awards ™ .

This marks the 10th consecutive year we have been recognized for our work as personal injury lawyers and we will continue our commitment to helping injured people get the fair compensation they deserve.

It is an honour to serve the people of Edmonton and its surrounding communities.  Thank you for choosing us as Edmonton’s Top Choice Injury Law Firm 2023 winner!
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CAM LLP welcomes Justine T. Lee to the partnership

The firm is delighted to announce that Justine Lee has joined the partnership effective January 1, 2023.

Like all our lawyers, Justine focuses on representing plaintiffs in a wide range of personal injury claims. She has significant knowledge of how insurance companies assess and value injury claims and what needs to be done to put the best case forward for her clients.

Justine’s ability as an advocate and negotiator is well-recognized in the legal profession, and she has been recognized in Best Lawyers in Canada since 2021 for her work on behalf of plaintiffs in personal injury litigation.

In addition to the care and compassion that Justine shows her clients, she is a strong advocate for local organizations that support the firm’s clients. Continue reading

CAM LLP is Nominated for the Top Choice Awards 2023. Voting is Open!

CAM LLP is proud to be a 2023 Top Choice Award Nominee in the category of Top Injury Law Firm – Edmonton.

The Top Choice Awards annually recognize local businesses that provide exceptional customer service. We are honoured to be included.

Voting is open until December 21, 2022. If you believe we have earned your vote, we would appreciate your support!

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National Truth and Reconciliation Day 2022

Please note that on Friday, September 30th, 2022, our office will close at noon in observance of National Truth and Reconciliation Day.

At CAM LLP, we are taking this time to remember the generations of Indigenous children who survived Canada’s Residential School system and those children who never returned home. We honour their memory and the resilience, dignity, and strength of the survivors, their families, and their communities.

One event going on in our community to support NTRD is the Orange Shirt Day run/walk. The event aims to raise funds for and local grassroots movements, including promoting and supporting Indigenous athletes. Continue reading

CAM LLP Lawyers Recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada™ 

Cummings Andrews Mackay LLP (CAM LLP, Injury Lawyers) is delighted to announce that six of our lawyers have been selected for inclusion in the 17th edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™  for their work in personal injury litigation. Christine Felix, Q.C.Bill Hendsbee, Q.C.Jean OliverRon JewittJustine Lee, and Warren Stengel.

Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Lawyers are not required nor allowed to pay a fee to be listed; therefore, inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honour.
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Bill Hendsbee Q.C. to serve as President-Elect of the Law Society of Alberta for the 2022 term

The firm is proud to congratulate Bill Hendsbee, Q.C., on his election to the role of President-Elect of the Law Society of Alberta (LSA) for the 2022-23 term (starting February 2022). Bill will also be sitting on the LSA’s Executive Committee. After serving a one-year term as President-Elect, Bill will become the President of the LSA for the 2023-24 term.

It is no surprise to us that Bill was elected to fulfill this vital role. Bill has consistently been a thoughtful and active member of groups and associations that work to strengthen Alberta’s legal institutions throughout his career. In addition, since 2018, Bill has been one of the twenty lawyers elected annually as Benchers to govern the Law Society of Alberta (LSA). Continue reading