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Joseph A. Nagy is an experienced Personal Injury Lawyer based in Edmonton, Alberta. He provides personal legal services to people who have been injured in central or Northern Alberta.

Education and Experience

Joseph A. Nagy studied Political Science and Criminology at Simon Fraser University and was called to the Alberta and British Columbia bars in 2004. Before practicing law, he worked for nine years as a Certified Journeyman Carpenter in the commercial and residential construction industries in Alberta and BC.

Personal Injury lawyer Joseph A. Nagy, representing injury victims in central and northern Alberta

Joseph A. Nagy

  • has over twelve years of experience as a Personal Injury Lawyer
  • has litigated in Alberta and British Columbia at all levels of Court up to the Court of Appeal
  • has handled thousands of cases, from minor injuries to very serious injuries and fatalities with compensation ranging from tens of thousands to millions of dollars
  • understands how insurers and their lawyers work—and how to use this knowledge to your advantage.

Dealing with insurance companies without representation can be intimidating as the odds are stacked against you. When you hire Joseph A. Nagy, he makes it his job to protect your interests. Joseph A. Nagy takes this obligation seriously. He only represents injured people—never insurance companies.

Joseph A. Nagy’s Personal Commitment

Joseph A. Nagy, Edmonton's personal injury lawyer

  • If you are injured, contact me, Joseph A. Nagy, for a free consultation.
  • I will handle your case personally from our initial meeting until the final settlement or trial.
  • Your file will not be handled by a team of several lawyers, many of whom you have likely never personally met. You won’t get lost in the shuffle, and you will never feel like just a number.
  • As needed, I will partner with top-notch medical and technical experts to help you obtain the maximum compensation you deserve.
  • You will not be required to pay any legal fees until I resolve your case.
  • Contact me, Joseph A. Nagy, to discuss how I can be your powerful ally, protect you, ease your stress and financial hardship, and fight every step of the way to obtain the best possible compensation for you.

Memberships

Political Advocacy

I have always been a strong advocate for auto accident victims. In 2004, the Alberta government was considering implementing a “cap” on damages for “minor injuries.” Out of concern for victims, I wrote to then Finance Minister Patricia Nelson about some concerns I had about the cap. Patricia Nelson responded stating the cap would only apply to “pain and suffering for minor injuries” and “minor injuries that heal relatively quickly.” The legislation was overturned by the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench but the Queen’s Bench decision was overturned by the Alberta Court of Appeal. Leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada was denied. Since then, I have fought many cases against insurance companies who argued injuries like chronic pain and temporomandibular joint dysfunction is subject to the cap. See the letter from Finance Minister Patricia Nelson here.

In 2014 I represented a group of citizens from Leduc who were concerned that Multi-Chem, a division of Haliburton, was going to build a chemical blending facility near their community. The County of Leduc was considering the application of Multi-Chem for a permit to build the facility. Multi-Chem retained a large notable Calgary law firm to advocate on its behalf. The community managed to delay the granting of the permit until Leduc County Council gave some thoughtful consideration to the matter. After several County Council hearings, the Council decided to unanimously deny Multi-Chem’s permit to build the facility. It was a true David vs. Goliath fight, but in the end, the citizens won!

CTV Edmonton: Chemical storage plant voted down

Global News Edmonton: Chemical storage plant voted down

Volunteering

2016 – Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED)

  • Student Evaluator – Interviewing and Advising

Community Involvement

As a personal injury lawyer, I see many people with injuries, impairments, and disabilities. My client’s personal suffering fosters my compassion for people who are injured, sick, and disabled. This is why I support organizations that help assist individuals who are sick, injured, disabled, or impaired.

“The True Measure of Any Society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members” – Ghandi

Joseph A. Nagy is proud to support the following local non-profit organizations and causes:

Afternoon News – July 7 Hr 2 – Joseph A. Nagy – Injury Lawyer & Carmi Levy – Tech Talk Tuesday

I sustained a severe brain injury when I was hit by a car while walking in a back alley. I had no idea what I needed to do because there was no insurance available for the hit and run driver.

Joe informed me that there was a special government fund from which I could collect up to $200,000. As a resident of B.C., there was also up to a million in coverage under my wife’s auto policy known as “underinsured motorist protection.” Joe filed 2 lawsuits and fought very hard with ICBC and the lawyer representing the government fund.

I was very pleased with how Joe represented me and I had complete faith in his ability to ensure I was properly compensated for my brain injury, past and future wage loss, cost of future care and other expenses. After several lowball offers, Joe just kept pushing the case to trial and we eventually settled out of Court. It was a long hard fight but Joe got me the result I wanted. I highly recommend him.

Mike

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