Personal Injury

Most of us avoid legal disputes as much as possible, but there are certain times in life when it’s in your best interests to file a claim against someone else. When another person causes you to get injured, for instance, your next step should be to file a personal injury claim. In doing so, you are simply asking that the person or people responsible for your injuries (or, more than likely, their insurance company) are the ones who foot your medical bills and related expenses.

What Qualifies for a Personal Injury Claim?

Essentially, any type of injury you sustain could turn into a personal injury claim or lawsuit — so long as someone else is at fault for the accident. These are among the most common types of personal injury claims we see in our legal practice:

Premises Liability

Premises liability injuries are those that occur while you’re on someone else’s property (and yes — this does include businesses and government-owned properties). For example, if you slip and fall on an unmarked wet floor, trip over some carelessly laid out equipment, or get bitten by a neighbor’s dog, you may have a valid premises liability claim on your hands.

Auto Accidents

Whether you’re a driver, pedestrian, bicyclists, or motorcyclist in this scenario, you can be compensated if you’re hit by a car, semi-truck, motorcycle, or other vehicle. Just know that Washington has its own unique laws when it comes to auto accident claims, so it’s best to get a knowledgeable attorney on your side sooner rather than later.

Wrongful Death

Obviously wrongful death victims can’t take legal action against those who hurt them. However, their loved ones can file on their behalf. If you lost a spouse, parent, child, or other loved one to an accident that should never have happened, let us help you determine your next steps toward justice.

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Beware of Insurance Adjusters

Despite propaganda from insurance companies, their first priority is saving themselves money. Unfortunately, that means that they will do everything in their power to offer you as little as possible for your injuries. In fact, we have seen cases where adjusters offered unrepresented accident victims as little as zero to $3,000 for claims with a value of $60,000 or more.

As a personal injury law firm, our mission is the exact opposite of the insurance companies’. We want to help you collect as much as Washington law will allow so that you can get the medical treatment you need, cover your bills and other expenses, and ultimately move past this.

Talk to Us Before Calling the Insurance Company

In the above-mentioned cases (the ones in which our clients were offered zero to $3,000 from the insurance companies), we were able to win for our clients at trial. However, some of those cases might have settled for even more money if only our clients had called us immediately rather than waiting until they had already received an offer from the insurance company.

We implore you: don’t make the same mistake. After your accident, call us immediately rather than giving the insurance adjusters a head start in analyzing your claim. By calling us first, you drastically increase your chances of getting full and fair compensation for your injuries.

Personal Injury Law Firm in Longview, Washington

Proving the facts that led to your injury, collecting evidence about your loss and financial damages, and presenting this information to insurance adjusters, insurance defense lawyers, courts, arbitrators, and juries is an important job. We at Daggy & Anagnostou, P.S. have the experience to do it right. Reach out today so we can get started on your case.