Kirkland Car Accident Lawyer
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When it comes to getting fair compensation after a car accident, a Kirkland car crash lawyer at our firm has what you need.
Whether you’re involved in a head-on collision or a relatively minor fender-bender, you shouldn’t be left carrying the costs if it wasn’t your fault. But getting the compensation and justice you deserve can be tricky.
You may need help from a Kirkland car accident lawyer from a firm like Craig Swapp & Associates. We have the resources and experience to win your case.
The type of accident will almost always determine the type and severity of your injuries, and it will also help us find the cause.
Common types of car crashes in Kirkland include the following:
These accidents can be due to any number of factors, from a reckless driver to a pothole, but if it was preventable, then the person, business, or government agency responsible should be held financially accountable for all damages.
Your car accident lawyer in Kirkland will work hard to figure out exactly what caused the accident, which will usually point us to the at-fault party. We have to prove that someone else is to blame if we hope to have success in your personal injury lawsuit.
Accidents are often caused by the following:
The accident type will play a large role in the injuries you suffered, but sometimes simple bad luck can help that fender-bender cause serious injuries. If you endure a serious injury of any kind, the costs to your health and finances will be heavy.
Your Kirkland car crash attorney will work with your doctors to determine what injuries were caused or worsened by your accident so everything is properly applied to your claim for compensation. Common car accident injuries include the following:
You won’t just need compensation for your hospital bills. You’ll need it for your lost wages and your inability to continue at your job. There will be non-economic damages, as well, and your auto accident lawyer in Kirkland will be there to ensure your compensation is maximized so you and your family can continue living as comfortably as possible.
Your claim may include the following damages:
When you suffer a serious injury, you’ll be dealing with insurance companies and state laws. Insurers only want to save themselves money, and they’ll use Washington’s comparative negligence policy to do that. This law reduces your compensation based on your percentage of fault. If you win $100,000 but are 20 percent to blame, you’ll get only $80,000.
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