You may have been walking across the street when a motorcyclist raced through a red light and struck you. You may have been driving down the road and hit head on by a drunk driver. A defectively manufactured appliance may have electrocuted you, or a poorly assembled scaffold may have collapsed beneath you as you worked at a construction site.
You are a personal injury victim. You deserve justice.
If the negligent or reckless conduct of another caused your accident and injury, then they should be held accountable, and you should receive prompt, full and just compensation.
Don’t delay taking action. Protect your rights.
Contact the personal injury attorneys of Brett Law today by calling 800-925-1875 or 360-714-0900 or by using our convenient online form. For more than 40 years, we have helped accident victims and their families win substantial settlements and awards throughout the State of Washington. We can help you, too.
WHAT IS A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM?
A personal injury claim arises when a person suffers physical or emotional injuries as the result of the careless conduct of another person, company or organization. The harm may range from minor cuts and bruises to catastrophic injuries, including fractures, burns, spinal cord injury, head / brain injuries and disc and back injuries.
The goal of a personal injury claim is to hold the at-fault party responsible and to secure funds that will fully compensate the victim and his or her family for their medical expenses, lost past and future earnings, pain and suffering and other related economic and non-economic damages.
The dedicated personal injury lawyers and staff of Brett Law have assisted victims and their families in a wide variety of cases, including:
- Auto accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Boating accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Railroad collisions
- Defective products
- Aviation crashes
- Construction accidents
If you believe that you have been injured by another’s negligence or recklessness, it’s important to contact us immediately. A Washington personal injury claim generally must be filed within three years from the date of injury (or the date when the injury was discovered). If you wait too long to take legal action, it may cost you the right to recover the compensation you deserve.
WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?
When you contact us, we can provide a free review of your case and an evaluation of your legal options. We will be thorough in our investigation of your claim, and we will be firm in our negotiations with insurance companies. Because Washington insurance companies and their attorneys know that Brett Law attorneys will take cases to court when a settlement offer is inadequate, we are often able to resolve cases at the settlement stage.
We will also be sensitive to the needs of you and your family. In addition to litigating your case, we can help with coordinating medical payments, organizing documentation and helping you in other areas that have been disrupted because of your accident.
RESULTS FOR WASHINGTON PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS
We know that many of our clients may be unable to work as a result of their injuries, and they may be struggling to pay high medical bills and meet their everyday living expenses. Our priority is to alleviate their financial stress and provide economic security as they move forward with their lives. Our personal injury results include:
- $5.5 million jury verdict for a drunk driving accident victim (the largest verdict in Skagit County history)
- $3.5 million settlement for an industrial worker struck by a train
- $1.75 million settlement for a motorist severely injured in a vehicle rollover accident
Each case is unique, involving different parties, facts and challenges. However, we treat every case with the same respect, attention, effort and dedication. Our goal is to obtain justice and full compensation for personal injury victims and their families from offices in Seattle, Bellevue, Everett, Tacoma, Spokane, Vancouver, Bellingham and Mount Vernon.
For a free evaluation of your case, call our Washington personal injury attorneys today at 800-925-1875 or 360-714-0900 or submit our easy-to-use online form.