Ride the Ducks • 2 Clients
$3.75 million settlement
Pedestrian vs. Motor Vehicle
$3 million settlement
Construction site injury
$1 million settlement
Shuttle bus collision
$1 million settlement
Truck Driver Injury
$2.3 Million Settlement
DUI Driver Injury
Did You or a Loved One Lose a Limb or Suffer Permanent Scarring?
At the Dubin Law Group, our Seattle attorneys have more than 40 years of experience representing people who have lost limbs or suffered disfigurement because of:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Dog bites
We handle cases involving injured adults and injured children.
Lost Limbs Mean a Life Has Changed
When a limb is lost because of an accident, or damaged so badly in an accident that it has to be amputated, a life is changed. Our lawyers handle cases involving loss of legs, arms, feet, hands, fingers or toes. While there is no such thing as a minor loss of limb injury, even the least severe of these injuries can lead to loss of enjoyment of life and major lifestyle changes, not to mention the emotional impact of the loss. In the most severe cases, the victim may no longer be able to pursue his or her chosen career, leading to lasting financial loss.
We look at every case carefully, because every case is different. How has your injury changed your life? What do you need compensation for? We will find out, and we will work hard to get you all of the money you need.
Permanent Scarring and Disfigurement
A facial scar or another visible scar may not lead to a person losing any significant amount of work. It may not even lead to particularly large medical bills, outside of those for scar revision surgery. The real damage in these cases, especially when the victim is a child, is the emotional and psychological damage. There can be lasting self-esteem issues that require years of counseling and therapy, among other things. We do not overlook these costs.
Contact a Seattle Catastrophic Injury Lawyer for a Free Consultation
We handle all catastrophic injury cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.