When you are doing something as ordinary as walking in an apartment complex to visit a friend or shopping in a supermarket, you don’t expect to get seriously injured. Sadly, many people find themselves seriously injured after a slip and fall accident that happen in common places like these.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries as a result of a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property you may be due compensation. Let the experienced personal injury lawyers at Grover Law Firm evaluate your potential injury claim and advise you on your options for moving forward.


When someone buys insurance for their home, car or life, they expect that if something bad happens through no fault of their own, they will be covered. Sadly this is not always the case. If your insurance company is wrongfully denying your claim, you may have a bad faith claim against them. The courts in Canada have found that if insurance companies do wrongfully deny a claim, they can liable to the people they have wronged by their actions. Insurance companies are massive corporations with huge resources dedicating to fighting claims. Don’t try and take them on alone. Call Grover Law Firm today.


Suffering an injury as a result of faulty or malfunctioning products should never happen, but it does. At Grover Law Firm our lawyers work hard to make sure our clients are treated fairly when they’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence.

Grover Law Firm can help if you were harmed by a poorly designed or manufactured product. We have years of experience, and our lawyers are always prepared to stand up for your rights, even if that means going to court. Please call our office for a free consultation about your case.


Inadequate Security claims arise when an individual is victimized or attacked by a third party on another’s property. In many cases, these incidents are preventable. Claims based on inadequate security can occur as a result of attacks, assaults, rapes, robberies, and homicides, at:

  • Shopping Centres
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Bars and Restaurants
  • Parking Lots
  • ATMs
  • Apartment Complexes
  • The Workplace
  • Colleges, Universities, and other Schools
  • Train and Bus Stations
  • Daycares


Every day in Canada, many innocent people fall victim to violent crime, even in public places and during broad daylight. However, much of these crimes are preventable by the landowner or property manager through the proper use of deterrence, surveillance cameras, safety and maintenance policies and procedures, and the use of security guards. Many businesses do not provide any security yet should due to the occurrence of prior crime not just at the place of the attack, but in the surrounding neighbourhood as well.

The Grover Law Firm knows how to fully investigate and handle inadequate security cases with success. We work with top security experts to establish these attacks are both foreseeable and preventable. We will leave no stone unturned in protecting your rights. Please call our office for a free consultation.


When a birth injury occurs the consequences for both the child and family can be devastating and life altering.  Although the causes can be many the majority of birth injuries are the result of preventable errors and negligence on part of the doctors, nurses and other hospital staff.

At Grover law Firm we have the experience and resources to take on birth injury cases cause by medical malpractice. We have access to the leading experts in this area and commit the time to litigate these type of cases.



Every employee in Alberta has rights at their job and rights when they leave their job. We can help make sure yours are respected. Unlike most firms that represent employees, Grover Law Firm bills on a contingency fee basis: that means you don’t owe us anything unless we get you a settlement. We can help employees in the following areas:

Wrongful Dismissal

Wrongful dismissal occurs when your employer fires you without cause and does not give you appropriate notice or payment in lieu of notice. Often employers will try and claim they have cause to avoid giving notice or notice payments. If you have been wrongfully dismissed, we can help. Come see us for a free consultation to review your case and learn what options are available to you.

Inadequate Severance

Under both the Alberta Employment Standards Code and the common law, almost every employee terminated without cause is entitled to severance pay. Most employers will try to pay as little severance pay as they can. We can help ensure that you get all the severance pay you deserve.


If you have been discriminated against because of your gender, age, nationality, sexual orientation or for other unfair reasons, we can make sure that your employer is held accountable.


Almost all employees in Alberta are entitled to be paid for overtime. Unfortunately many employers pressure their employees to give up their entitlement to be properly compensated. If you have been forced to work unpaid overtime, we can help you obtain all the compensation you are entitled to.


If you have been involved in an accident involving an impaired person and injured the bar or social host could be held liable for serving that person too much alcohol. Bar staff, an employer or even a host of party at a home could be held liable for the injuries sustained by patrons who engage in drunk driving, or who drink and drive and cause harm to others.

If you or a loved one are injured and think that a bar, employer or social host may be liable for overserving someone call Grover Law Firm. Our office has the experience, resources and time to investigate these claims to take them on and make sure the injured person gets the reasonable compensation for their injuries they are entitled to.


Phone: (403) 253-1029
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Address: Calgary Office



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