Experienced Renton Personal Injury Lawyers Serving WA

Financial Justice for Your Injuries

So much can change in so little time. Unexpected injuries have the power to fundamentally alter your life, sometimes in the blink of an eye. Accidents tend to strike without warning, and the victims are the last ones to see them coming. Our experienced Renton personal injury lawyers are here to help you during this traumatic time.

As devastating as the injury itself can be, the constant state of worry that follows is equally oppressing. To no fault of their own, the victims of personal injury are left to sort out red tape, grapple with insurance adjustors, and figure out how they’ll pay all those medical bills.

But when you hire Brett McCandlis Brown & Conner, that all changes – right away.

Our Renton personal injury lawyers are prepared to immediately shoulder the entire burden of your case. We’ll cut through that red tape. We’ll handle those phone calls. And we will aggressively go after the money you need to pay those bills and get on a path toward a brighter future.

With many years of experience and a respectful, personal approach to the attorney-client relationship, we have produced real, measurable success for so many of our clients. Our goal is always to get you more compensation than you’d likely have gotten on your own – and to ensure that the insurance companies don’t make your life hard than it needs to be.

Let us help. Contact our Renton personal injury attorneys and ask for a free consultation today.

Our Renton, WA Practice Areas

Personal injury cases can take so many forms. As a general rule, you are entitled to financial compensation in any accident that happens because another person or party acts irresponsibly. Of course, the particular facts are always very important in determining what would have been “reasonable” or “responsible” under the circumstances.

The aggressive Renton personal injury attorneys at Brett McCandlis Brown & Conner offer extensive experience and prudent insight in each of these areas:

  • Bicycle accidents
  • Brain injuries (TBI, or traumatic brain injury)
  • Car accidents
  • Commercial trucking accidents
  • Concussions
  • Defective consumer products
  • Defective drugs
  • DUI / DWI accidents
  • Head, neck, or spinal cord injuries
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Railroad accidents
  • School-related injuries
  • Slip and fall
  • Wrongful death
  • Many more

Common Injuries in Washington Personal Injury Lawsuits

The law does not provide a specific list of injuries that qualify for compensation. Rather, the courts simply try to restore victims of negligence to the position that they would have been in, had the accident never happened – or as close as possible. Of course, there is no way to entirely reverse the physical and psychological impact of a devastating injury.

Typical damages in a Washington personal injury lawsuit include (but are not limited to):

  • Head and traumatic brain injuries (including concussions)
  • Paralysis
  • Fractured or broken bones / amputations
  • Back or spinal cord injuries
  • Severe burns
  • Crushing injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Long-term disability
  • Internal organ damage
  • Internal bleeding
  • Severe pain and suffering
  • Severe emotional distress
  • Wrongful death
  • Much more

Our Washington personal injury attorneys can assist with these or any other setbacks.

What Can You Sue For?

Whether your situation mirrors the accidents and injuries listed above or not, you may be entitled to a broad range of compensation. Feel free to call our Renton injury lawyers to dicuss your case. A plaintiff’s total settlement offer or court judgment might include money for:

  • Medical treatment (doctor’s bills, surgeries, prescription drugs, etc.)
  • Emergency hospital treatment (including the ambulance, ER, etc.)
  • Future medical care and related expenses
  • Physical therapy, rehabilitation, counseling etc.
  • Lost income (past and future) due to time away from work
  • Damage to your personal property, real estate, or vehicle
  • Pain, suffering, and emotional distress
  • Loss of love and support (in the event of wrongful death)
  • Other losses reasonably related to the defendant’s negligence

Contact Our Renton Personal Injury Lawyers Today

To get started with a free consultation, simply contact our office and ask to speak directly with Paula, Matt, Dave, or Dean. We’re here for you.

Remember: Even if we do take on your case, we won’t get paid unless you do! You have nothing to lose, but time is of the essence – the sooner our proven Renton personal injury attorneys get started the better. Please contact us for a free consultation right away.