Washington Injury Lawyers
Victims Of Negligence Are Entitled To Compensation Under The Law
The sad truth is that many of us will find themselves or someone they love the victim of a car, bus, truck, or motorcycle accident, or at the receiving end of a variety of mishaps ranging from construction site accidents to dog bites. Injuries sustained will vary in resulting degrees of harm. Head injuries, brain damage, broken bones, spinal cord, as well as strain and sprain soft tissue injuries, are typically associated with these accidents. These accidents result in physical injuries and pain, emotional injuries and worry, and economic losses such as lost wages, medical bills, and lost financial opportunities.
Automobile accidents are common accidents which can impact drivers, passengers, and pedestrians. Other common accidents involve accidents at work, dog bites, or accidents related to defects in premises like flooring, decks, and stairs.
Serious injuries not only affect the individual, they impact an entire family and loved ones. Some injuries can keep one in a hospital bed or recuperating at home, rather than getting up each morning to go to work to earn one’s living. Injuries can drag on for weeks, months, years, or even the rest of one’s life. These injuries may render one incapable of earning a living and result in an enormous financial loss and also a tremendous loss of enjoyment of life.
Victims of accidents caused by the negligence of others have the right to seek compensation for damages. These damages include all economic damages such as medical bills, lost wages, and future wage loss and medical bills, as well as non-economic damages to include the trauma of the accident, emotional distress, pain, suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life.
Our Kitsap county office is located in Port Orchard just north of Gig Harbor with easy access off of Highway 16. We also meet clients in Pierce and Thurston counties and we handle cases all around the state of Washington. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident and want to fully understand your rights, please contact us to schedule a free case evaluation. We will make sure you are fully informed before making any decisions that may have unintended negative impacts upon your claims.