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
Causes of Herniated Disc Injuries
At the Dubin Law Group, we treat our clients suffering from herniated discs and other serious injuries with compassion. To us, they are victims of negligent acts and need both protection from insurance companies and representation from a seasoned lawyer. They are always treated with compassion and understanding.
At our Seattle-based law firm, we fight to get the best possible on behalf of clients who have suffered a herniated disc injury in the following accidents:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
Maximizing Personal Injury and Herniated Disc Injuries in Seattle
Washington personal injury lawyer Matt Dubin and his team will take the time necessary to get to know you and the impact of the negligent acts that led to the serious motor vehicle accident. They will identify your specific needs and goals. Their goal is for you to secure the best medical care necessary for recovery after a herniated disc injury and hold negligent parties accountable for inattentive or impaired operation of a car, truck or motorcycle.
While we strive for settlements to herniated discs in the neck, herniated discs in the back and other personal injury claims, we will try cases if that provides the best outcome. Many times, that aggressive approach convinces insurance companies that we are serious and brings them back to the negotiation table.
Contact a Seattle Lawyer for Herniated Disc Injuries
To discuss your herniated disc injuries with a dedicated Seattle herniated disc injury lawyer, call 206-462-4428. You can also contact us online. We are available around the clock to take your call. We also visit clients at home or in hospitals as needed.
We handle all personal injury and herniated disc injury claims on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.