Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Lawyer Alberta
Injured in a motor vehicle accident? Mayer Law can help.
Car accidents can cause serious injury and pain to those involved. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident, it’s important to seek care immediately, even if your injuries seem minor. Shock and adrenaline may conceal the injuries sustained in the short term, and over time they can get worse.
In addition to sustaining traumatic injuries, recovering financial compensation can be challenging and make it more difficult for you to continue with your life. Insurance companies often are not forthcoming with just compensation, and defending counsel can make it even more cumbersome to recover what’s fairly owed to you.
Mayer Law has the experience and qualifications to help you navigate your options. With over 30 years of service, and active memberships with legal associations, Mayer Law is uniquely situated to assist you so you can achieve a successful resolution of your claim.
As a motor vehicle injury lawyer, Norma Mayer is compassionate and firm in supporting her clients to achieve the successful resolution of their claims. Take action immediately to preserve the evidence in your case. Contact Ms. Mayer today to recover what is fairly owed to you.
How to Get Started
Get started with Mayer Law through the step-by-step engagement process, which explores the client-representative fit, moves forward only through mutual engagement, and begins the work to recover compensation.
Step 1: Initial Consultation
The initial consultation stage is the first meeting with Norma from Mayer Law. We'll explore your case on a surface level, get to know you, and determine if your case, and our personal connection are a good fit.
Step 2: Mutual Decision to Engage
If our initial consultation presents an opportunity to recover compensation, and both parties agree there is a personal connection and fit, a formal engagement package will be presented and we will make a mutual decision to engage.
Step 3: Mayer Law Goes to Work
Collection of documents, research, and building a case for proceedings begins. This step is urgent and important in preserving evidence and building a complete case for recovering what is owed to you.