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Were You in an Accident Involving a Government Vehicle?
Were you hit by a government vehicle in Seattle? You cannot simply sue the city, county or state after a government vehicle accident. Certain procedures must be followed. If they are not followed, if everything is not done the right way, you may not be able to get compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs.
We Know How to Handle Government Vehicle Accident Claims
At the Dubin Law Group in Seattle, we know the procedures that need to be followed. We know the difference between dealing with the government’s risk management department and dealing with an insurance company. With more than 40 years of experience on our side, we know how to make an effective claim against any government entity.
Emergency Vehicle Accidents in Seattle
There are laws that govern how drivers are to act when they see sirens on the road. There are also rules requiring that the drivers of emergency vehicles proceed with a certain amount of care. If a police officer engaged in a high speed chase slams into a car that is stopped at a red light, the police officer may have been driving carelessly. The government should be held accountable for the victim’s injuries. Our attorneys will see that they are.
Our Seattle government accident attorneys handle cases such as:
- Police car accidents
- Fire truck accidents
- Ambulance accidents
Accidents Caused by Other Government Vehicles
In Washington, every department has its own fleet of vehicles. Our attorneys handle cases involving any accident caused by a car or truck owned by the city, county or state. If you were hit by a government-owned vehicle, we can help.
Contact a Seattle Lawyer for Government Vehicle Accident Claims Today!
We handle all motor vehicle accident cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.