The Evaluation of Pain and Suffering Claims

Personal Injury
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Compassionate Attorneys Serving Victims with Pain and Suffering Claims You have most likely heard of “pain and suffering” before. But, you may not know exactly what this type of claim entails. From a legal perspective, pain and suffering is not a free-for-all-request. Instead, it assesses the true value of a person’s emotional, mental, and physical…

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Why Do Personal Injury Cases Go to Trial?

Personal Injury
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Washington Attorney Handling Complex Personal Injury Claims If you are filing a personal injury claim, you may have heard that personal injury cases rarely go to trial. This is because most insurance companies feel that it is best to settle a claim outside of court. Car accident attorneys and insurance companies see trials as a…

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Can My Attorney Accept a Settlement Without My Consent?

Personal Injury
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Washington Attorneys Serving Personal Injury Victims During a personal injury case, your attorney handles numerous tasks – from filing necessary documents, to negotiating with the other party to drafting affidavits. One question that you may have is whether your attorney can accept a settlement without your consent – especially when he or she has so…

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What is the “Discovery of Harm” and Why Does It Matter?

Personal Injury
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Washington Attorneys and Discovery of Harm in Personal Injury Cases Personal injury lawsuits are riddled with terms and complex notions that can quickly confuse a victim. The discovery of harm is most definitely one of them. These terms, while important, usually need an attorney to help explain what they mean and how they affect your…

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How Do Depositions Work in a Personal Injury Case?

Personal Injury
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Washington Deposition Process and Personal Injury Cases Attorneys A deposition is part of the personal injury claim process. It is a pre-trial procedure wherein one party will obtain information from the other party by using a formal meeting with questions and answers. It is often conducted in one party’s attorney’s office, but just because it…

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