Litco Law

Litco Law

Litco Law

Litco Law was founded 45 years ago with one simple premise: to balance the power. During that time, the firm has helped thousands of injured Albertans get back to better. They’ve also grown quite a bit since then, but their guiding principle hasn’t changed. Visit to learn more about the legal team that thinks it’s cool to care.



Todd Litwiniuk
Chief Executive Officer

Phone: 403-569-6439
Email: [email protected]

Fred Litwiniuk

Phone: 403-569-6437
Email: [email protected]

Tannis Caracciolo
Director of Operations

Phone: 587-391-1122
Email: [email protected]

Paul MacDonald
Director of Finance and Technology

Phone: 587-393-8797
Email: [email protected]

Chris Beatty
Director of People and Culture

Phone: 403-569-6446
Email: [email protected]

Krista Kerth
Director of Marketing

Phone: 403-835-3045
Email: [email protected]

Address and phone number:
Suite 200, 5119 Elbow Drive SW Calgary AB T2V 1H2

8414 109 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 1E2

Toll Free (1-844-Litco4U)

Email: [email protected]

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