What to do When Insurance Claims You’re Faking Your Injury

Categories: Personal Injury

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Filing a false insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit carries serious criminal and civil ramifications. However, not all personal injury claims are fraudulent. Sometimes there are legitimately injured victims accused of falsifying information or faking their injuries. It is common for insurance claim’s adjusters to try and throw out accusations of faking or falsified information…

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5 Reasons to Hire an Attorney for a Catastrophic Injury Case

Categories: Catastrophic Injury

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A catastrophic injury is one that is severe and often impacts the spine, brain or spinal cord. These injuries may also include fractures of the spine and skull. When someone suffers a catastrophic injury, the injury typically results in long-term complications. The victim is unlikely to ever fully recover. Furthermore, he or she will have…

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Common Questions and Answers about Auto Accidents

Categories: Car Accidents

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Being in a car accident can be one of the more traumatic experiences a person will ever endure in his or her lifetime. Whether a rear-end accident or a catastrophic accident, immediately afterward you will have questions regarding your rights and options. It is best to speak with a car accident attorney regarding your case,…

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When Can You Sue for Police Misconduct?

Categories: Personal Injury

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After an unpleasant confrontation with law enforcement, you may feel tempted to file a lawsuit or complaint. However, a bad experience with law enforcement does not necessarily mean you are the victim of misconduct or that the officer has harmed you in any way. However, when an arrest seems unwarranted, unfair, or you were treated…

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Who is Liable for a Defective Climbing Wall?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Washington Defective Product Injury Lawyers Rock climbing is not only a great activity but an excellent way to get in shape. With more people getting outdoors, embracing the backcountry of Washington, and seeking gyms with rock walls, the chances for serious injuries are increasing. Gyms are adding rock walls for avid climbers to try and…

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Do Dram Shop Laws Apply in Washington?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Washington Injury Lawyers Protecting those Injured by Drunk Drivers For years, the state of Washington has considered social host responsibility pivotal when a minor injures someone in a drunken driving accident. However, in 2004, the state expanded the statute to cover adult offenders as well. Today, the state can hold the host or establishment responsible…

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Thinking Beyond the Automobile Insurance Claim

Categories: Personal Injury

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Injury Attorneys Helping with Automobile Accident Insurance Claims Across Washington An automobile accident can make your life difficult. After the crash, you are dealing with not only your injuries but the process of filing an auto insurance claim. You may not only have insurance claims adjusters contacting you, but attorneys, physicians, and numerous other parties…

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Will Adaptive Headlights Help Prevent Nighttime Accidents?

Categories: Car Accidents

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Personal Injury Lawyers Helping Victims of Nighttime Car Accidents in Washington Nighttime driving is one of the most dangerous. Combine the fatigue, lack of natural daylight, compromised vision, and other impaired drivers on the road together, and you have entered a highly dangerous situation. The fatal crash rate for night time is three times greater…

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5 Tips for Staying Safe During the New School Year

Categories: Personal Injury

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Car Accident Lawyers Offer Safe Driving tips for Washington Drivers Whether you are a parent with children returning to school or you are returning to college classes this fall, the chances of being involved in an accident tend to increase during the start of the school year. From people rushing their children to school to…

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Can You Sue for a Wrongful Death from HIV?

Categories: Wrongful Death

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Wrongful Death Attorneys Helping Families of Loved Ones throughout Washington HIV is a deadly immune system disease that affects millions each year. In fact, by the end of 2015, it was estimated that 36.7 million people were living with HIV in the world and 2.1 million were newly infected. Estimates say that 240 people will…

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