The lawyers at
Jeffery & Calder have conducted cases involving all aspects
of serious personal injury litigation including brain damage, spinal
cord injuries, amputations, chronic pain and fibromylagia, fractures
and soft tissue injuries.
- LLB University of Alberta (2005)
- Called to the Bar of Alberta (2006)
- Called to the Bar of British Columbia (2006)
After being called to the Alberta Bar, Kimberly Sadler initially worked as a defence lawyer acting for the insurer in the area of personal injury law. During this time, she gained valuable insight into defence strategies. From 2007, before joining Jeffery & Calder in June 2013, Ms. Sadler continued to practice in the area of personal injury, but exclusively for victims injured in motor vehicle accidents. Ms. Sadler has successfully represented clients from many different backgrounds with varied injuries ranging from head and spinal cord trauma, orthopaedic, neuropsychological and soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and psychlogical conditions. Ms. Sadler has had mediation, court and trial experience. She is a member of the both the Alberta and British Columbia Law Societies and the Trial Lawyers' Association of British Columbia and continues to act for clients in both Alberta and British Columbia.
- LLB University of Manitoba (1982)
- Called to the Bar of Manitoba (1983)
- Called to the Bar of British Columbia (1985)
has many years of experience, appearing in the Supreme and
Appellate Courts of British Columbia as well as the Supreme
Court of Canada. He has handled personal injury claims
involving brain injury, paralysis, broken bones, soft tissue
injury, chronic pain and emotional trauma arising out of car
accidents, sporting accidents (equestrian, hockey, motocross
and skiing), accidents caused by unsafe premises, medical
mistakes, faulty products and sexual assaults. In addition,
Dale has experience with economic loss claims arising out
of bad investment advice, the denial of insurance coverage
and termination of employment. Dale has written and
lectured for the Continuing Education Society of British Columbia.
He has spoken to various industry groups on ways to reduce
the risk of injury to its patrons and is a member of the Trial
Lawyers Association of British Columbia.
- B.A. University of Alberta (1974)
- LLB University of British Columbia (1977)
- Called to the Bar of British Columbia (1978)
- Retired (2017)
Throughout his long and successful law career, Greg Calder practiced exclusively in the area of civil litigation, initially acting for the insurer until 1986. For the next 31 years, until is retirement in June 2017, he acted solely for the injured, representing people from all walks of life from all over British Columbia and other parts of the world. During that time, he handled claims involving brain injury, death, amputations, paralysis, fractures and soft tissue injuries arising from a wide variety of circumstances such as swimming pool accidents, car crashes, falling objects, assaults, professional negligence, skiing accidents, slips and falls and injuries that have occurred as a result of faulty products. Mr. Calder also had extensive experience in mediations and trials (jury and judge alone) throughout the Province. On his retirement, Mr. Calder left a highly successful practice based on referrals from medical professionals, lawyers and existing and past clients in the experienced and capable hands of Kimberly Sadler and Dale Stewart.
- B.Comm. University of British Columbia (1973)
- LLB University of British Columbia (1974)
- Called to the Bar of British Columbia (1975)
During his long career as a trial lawyer, Larry Kancs acted
in both criminal and civil litigation matters. From 1987
he focused on representing clients who suffered injuries
and losses in car accidents, assaults, slips and falls, faulty
products and fires. He represented clients from many ethnic
backgrounds with a wide variety of claims including brain
injury, death, fractures, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, depression
and soft tissue injuries of all varieties. He lectured
at seminars for the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
and served on the Executive for that association from 1997, until his retirement in 2018.
& Calder also employs the services of three paralegals
resulting in a more effective, efficient and economical use
of legal resources and a support staff of full-time
and part-time employees, to provide the highest levels of
quality and service.
The firm has extensive experience with trials (both jury and
judge alone) and out-of-court settlement negotiations, including
mediations and appeals, and has, over the years developed
a reputation as being tough but fair.