How Are Damages Assessed in a Personal Injury Case?

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Knowing how damages are assessed in a personal injury case can help you understand what losses you may be able to recover after an incident. If you were harmed due to the negligent actions of another person, you may be eligible for compensation for your losses. An attorney can review the merits of your claim […]

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How Is Fault Determined in a Washington Car Accident Case?

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Understanding how fault is determined in a Washington car accident case can be important after a serious wreck that involves injuries. If you were hurt in a crash, you are entitled to fair compensation, but you must be able to prove someone else was at least partially at fault to recover the damages you deserve. […]

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Can I Sue for a Dog Bite?

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Depending on the circumstances surrounding the attack, an attorney may be able to help you sue for a dog bite that caused you economic and non-economic damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering.  However, you may not need to file a lawsuit in order to recover compensation for a dog bite […]

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Can You Sue Someone for Leaving the Scene of an Accident?

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Leaving the scene of an accident that involved injuries is not permitted in Washington. Unfortunately, drivers who are involved in wrecks may react negatively due to confusion, fear, or guilt. This is especially true if the driver was operating the vehicle without a valid license, was driving while impaired, or felt responsible for the crash. […]

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Who Is at Fault in a Rear-End Accident in Washington?

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When determining who is at fault in a rear-end accident, the answer is generally the rear or “approaching” vehicle. However, that is not always the case. Depending on the details of a wreck, either one – or both – of the drivers involved could be at fault. It’s important to discuss your situation with a […]

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