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Job Injuries (L&I)

L&I claims have a special set of laws all their own. Permanent partial disability settlements (PPD), time loss, pensions, vocational training, third party claims and medical treatment can all be improved with legal information or advice. We have… Read More

Vehicle Crash Law FAQ - 20 Things You Need to Know Now About Car, Truck, and Pedestrian Accidents

What is a Personal Injury Claim? A personal injury claim is for bodily injury, medical expenses, disability, lost wages, pain, suffering, inconvenience and other losses. Your physical injuries and mental health problems after an accident are called p… Read More

Third Party Claims with an L&I Injury

A Third Party Claim is an L&I Job Injury Claim and a Personal Injury Claim with the Same Set of Facts You have a third-party claim if you are injured on the job by someone who is not your employer or a co-employee. For example: A working delivery… Read More

Nursing Home Abuse in Washington

COVID – 19 Exposure. Can it be Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect? Yes it can. Allowing an injury to happen to a vulnerable adult is abuse. Failure to provide services that maintain physical health is neglect. Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Faci… Read More

Wrongful Death Law in Washington State

Losing a family member is one of life’s most difficult experiences. If someone’s negligence or intentional act caused your loved one’s death, you can do something about it. No amount of money can ever replace your loved one. However… Read More

Premises Liability

Legal Duty to Keep the Property Safe A person who owns or occupies property has a legal duty to keep the property safe for visitors. If the property owner or occupant fails to meet that responsibility, and someone is injured by a dangerous condition,… Read More

Washington Defective Product Claims - Information For Injured Persons

Defective products are dangerous. They can cause severe life-altering injuries or even death. If you’ve been injured by a defective product, or you’ve lost a loved one because of a dangerous product, you may be legally entitled to recover… Read More

Medical Malpractice In Washington State

Medical Mistakes Kill and Injure People Medical mistakes by doctors and other healthcare professionals create medical malpractice claims. Medical mistakes are more common than most people think: A study several years ago reports that medical malpract… Read More

Construction Site Accidents

It’s easy to be injured on a construction site. Exposed rebar, moving vehicles, unmarked hazards, burns, electrical shocks, cave ins, falling material, trench collapses, chemical exposure, lack of safety meetings, crane injuries, falls, careless su… Read More

Bicycle Accidents in Washington State

Bicycle accidents are serious business. There are no seat belts, no head rests, and no soft landings. The reality is that impact, gravity, and hard surfaces will do more than just spoil your ride. Bicycle injuries can be disabling, catastrophic, and… Read More

Trucking Accidents in Washington

Big rigs, semi-trucks, and 18-wheelers when mishandled are rolling disasters waiting to happen. These vehicles are a force on the road. Truck accidents cause serious injuries or death to occupants of passenger vehicles, pedestrians, and bike riders.… Read More

Drunk Driving Cases in Washington State. Information You Can Use.

Liability against the drunk driver is easier to prove. A drunk driver is a negligent driver. Your case is better when a bad actor such as a drunk driver caused your injuries. On the other hand it is painful to know that a grossly negligent person has… Read More

Dog Bites in Washington State

Dogs are man’s best friend, but not all dogs are friendly. There are estimated to be 4.5 million dog bites annually in the United States. Most dogs don’t bite. However the ones that do often cause serious injuries. Most of the injuries ar… Read More

Temporary Employee Injuries – Introduction to Third Party Claims

Workers compensation (L&I) law in Washington State favors temporary agency employees. A temporary agency employee with a job injury has two possible claims. Read More

Logging and Mill Accidents in Washington State

Problems in the Field and at the Mill Logging and Wood Products are a Big Industry. Logging, sawmills, and paper mills are located all over the state. Big outfits have made a lot of money turning trees into things. Many workers make their living in t… Read More

Trench Digging and Dirt Excavation Cave-In Accidents

If you or a loved one suffered injuries in a trench digging and collapsing accident, you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries from the company responsible for the collapse. That is especially true if a third party failed to abide by… Read More

Burn Accidents in Washington State

Burns are one of the most serious and painful types of injuries you can suffer. If another person’s negligence caused the accident that resulted in your burn injuries, you may be able to recover money to pay for your medical bills and other complic… Read More

Pedestrian Accidents and Injuries in Washington State

A pedestrian has no protection against the force and sheer mass of a moving vehicle. Injuries to pedestrians are frequently catastrophic or fatal. If you were injured in a pedestrian accident due to a driver’s negligent conduct, we will explain… Read More

Airplane Crash Law and Information

Airplane crashes and all aviation accidents cause significant injuries and death. These are serious matters. If you suffered injuries in an aircraft accident, or if you lost a loved one in a crash, there are several different potential sources of lia… Read More

Insurance Bad Faith

When you buy insurance, your agent acts as if he is your best friend. But when you file a claim, that friendship is not important to the insurance company. They will have you deal with the claims department. You may encounter an outright denial of yo… Read More

What is the Statute of Limitations in Washington State Personal Injury Law?

The Statute of Limitations The statute of limitations, abbreviated SOL, in Washington State personal injury cases is a time deadline within which you must settle or file a lawsuit, or you will lose your right to pursue your claim. For most PI cases t… Read More

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