Who Is At Fault For a Borrowed Car Accident in Washington State?

Vehicle accidents are not uncommon in Washington, and most injury and property damage claims are resolved through settlements with insurance carriers. However, this can become challenging in the event an accident occurs in a car that somebody else has borrowed. If you have been injured or sustained property damage in an accident where the driver… read more

How Medical Records Can Impact Your Personal Injury Claim

If you or somebody you love has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual, it is very likely that you will have to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation. However, recovering this compensation can be challenging, and there are various types of evidence and documents you will need… read more

Can I Make a Personal Injury Claim if Multiple Parties Were at Fault?

Personal injuries occur in many different ways in the state of Washington. In many cases, injuries occur as a result of a negligent action by one individual. However, it is not uncommon for injuries to occur due to the actions of more than one person or entity. In these cases, it may be necessary for… read more

What Fees are Involved in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

In the event you or somebody you care about sustains an injury caused by the actions of someone else in Washington, you may need to file a personal injury lawsuit in civil court in order to recover compensation for your losses. However, these claims can be complex, and we strongly encourage you to work with… read more

Average Lawyer Compensation from a Car Accident Settlement

Individuals often wonder how much an attorney costs. This is particularly true for those who sustain injuries caused by the actions of others and need legal assistance fast. The reality is that most personal injury lawyers in Washington will take claims on a contingency fee basis. Here, we want to define what a contingency fee… read more

How Long are Judgments Good for in Washington?

In the event a person sustains an injury caused by the actions of another individual, they may be able to take the at-fault party to court to recover compensation for medical bills, property damage expenses, lost wages, and other damages. If a person’s claim is successful, they will receive a judgment against the at-fault party’s… read more

What Property Can Be Seized in a Judgment in Washington?

If a person receives a judgment against them because they have lost an injury claim made by another party, then they may find some of their property can be taken from them in order to pay the judgment. However, just because a person receives a judgment against them from the court does not mean that… read more

What Happens if an Insurance Company Refuses to Pay a Claim?

If you or somebody you care about has sustained an injury caused by the actions of another individual or company in Washington, then you should be able to recover compensation for your losses. The vast majority of personal injury claims in this state are resolved through settlements with insurance carriers. But what happens if the… read more

If a Bike and a Car Collide, Who is at Fault?

Accidents between vehicles and bicycles often result in devastating personal injuries. Unfortunately, bicyclists are considered vulnerable roadway users, and even riders wearing a helmet can face catastrophic damage. It is important to determine fault in the aftermath of a bike versus vehicle collision in Washington. Here, we want to discuss how fault is determined in… read more

What is a Reasonable Settlement for a Car Accident?

If you or somebody you love sustains an injury or property damage in a car accident caused by another driver in Washington, you need to know what steps to take to recover compensation for your losses. However, it can be challenging to know what a “reasonable settlement” should look like. Determining what is reasonable or… read more