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How Long Will My Washington Car Accident Case Take?

You've been injured in an accident in Washington. Maybe you were riding a bus that hit another vehicle.  Maybe you were a pedestrian crossing the street when a car. Maybe you were riding your bike and a car turned into you.  However it happened, you were hurt. You've been checked out by a doctor and maybe you've started a course of treatment. Now you're looking for a lawyer to help you with your insurance claim.  One question you probably have is "how long will this take?" The answer, as lawyers like to say is "it depends."

What Should I Do After A Car Accident?

I often speak about what not to do after an accident, but there are certain things you definitely SHOULD do after a car accident in the State of Washington to protect your claim, and to make sure you get the proper treatment for any possible injuries.

Washington semi hits bridge, cars topple into Skagit River

When driving on the road or highway, it is easy to forget all of the possible dangers around. The potential hazards on the roadway are many even aside from the other cars and trucks. When going over a bridge most never even think of the peril that could befall. A car accident on a bridge is a horrific occurrence that can sometimes happen.

Seattle bicyclist dies in collision with semi

With warmer weather on its way there are more bicyclists on the roads. Many people see cycling to work as a healthier alternative to driving. In Seattle it is even Bike to Work month with many people cycling their way to their jobs instead of using other means. With more cyclists sharing the road the chance of a car accident is also higher.

Dangerous driver causes two car accidents

Here in Seattle, minor traffic accidents are a part of life. While most people understand the importance of getting the other driver's information, getting out of the roadway to prevent back-ups and reporting damages to their insurance, some people who are involved in car accidents believe that they can avoid responsibility by fleeing the scene.

Freedom, Responsibility and the Law

As anyone who knows me can tell you, I am an outspoken advocate for liberty. I believe each of us should have the maximum amount of freedom to make decisions regarding how we educate our children, earn a living, obtain healthcare, use our property and spend our free time. Sometimes I am asked how this commitment to freedom is consistent with the work I do as an attorney. The answer is simple. I believe that without a credible, reliable mechanism to hold people and corporations responsible for their actions, meaningful freedom is not possible. Through my firm's involvement in the civil justice system, we strive to be that mechanism.

Driver in Washington critically injured after car accident

Washington residents may be interested to learn that the State Patrol is searching for witnesses to an accident. The car accident occurred recently on State Route 527. According to reports, the driver of an SUV vehicle crossed the median and began driving in the opposite direction of the highway when it collided head on with a Freightliner tractor. Fortunately, the reports do not indicate that the driver of the tractor suffered any injuries in the crash.

Two girls survive car accident that claims their mother's life

Washington residents know that tragedy can strike anyone at any time when behind the wheel of a car. Recently, a tragic car accident occurred outside the town of Naselle. According to reports, two injured children, ages four and two, were found in a forested area after the car they were riding in had been involved in a serious collision. Early reports of the car crash indicate that the car, which was being driven by their 26-year-old mother, struck a tree.

Long road to recovery for Washington car accident

Seattle residents hear about car accidents on an almost daily basis and the regularity of accident reports can make it easy to forget that the impact of a crash can affect injured victims long after media reports have become yesterday's news. The story of one Everett woman serves as a vivid reminder of the extent of physical pain and suffering that may result from a serious car accident.

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