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How to Deal With an Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident

When a vehicle accident occurs, individuals will typically go through their insurance carriers to recover any compensation they may be owed. If an accident was caused by the negligent actions of another party, victims will report the claim to their insurance carrier and will also likely have to speak to the insurance claims adjuster...

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What to Do If You’re In a Car Accident While Pregnant

Vehicle accidents are not uncommon, but they can be incredibly terrifying for those who get into an accident while pregnant. Vehicle accidents can put incredible stress and strain on the human body, and the trauma of the incident can certainly affect an unborn child. Here, we want to discuss the steps that pregnant women...

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What is Vehophobia and How is it Treated After a Car Accident?

When most people think of vehicle accidents, they think of injuries and property damage. Typically, individuals receive compensation from the at-fault party to pay for their expenses, and they move on from the incident. Unfortunately, there are times when individuals experience various types of emotional and psychological distress caused by the incident, including vehophobia....

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Is Washington a No-Fault State?

Several states across the country use a no-fault system to handle vehicle accident claims, which means that each party will typically turn to their own personal injury protection (PIP) insurance to recover compensation after the accident. However, the state of Washington is not a no-fault state. Accidents in our state are handled using a...

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Herniated Disc After Car Accident: What You Need To Know

The discs in our spines provide cushioning between each vertebra, which are the bones in our spines. However, if spinal discs become herniated or ruptured due to a traumatic incident, this can lead to significant setbacks. Here, our Seattle car accident attorneys want to talk about what happens if a spinal disc is herniated...

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Do I Have To Pay Out-of-Pocket After a Car Accident?

If you or somebody you love has been injured in a vehicle accident caused by the negligence of another party, you should be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, receiving compensation through an insurance settlement or as a result of a personal injury jury verdict can take time, but you need to...

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Compensation For Emotional Distress in WA

A personal injury can cause physical pain, and long after the accident, the trauma suffered emotionally is often still very present. Traumatic car accidents, being the victim of violence or of an animal attack, being injured on the job, or any other happening can cause emotional anguish and leave a lasting mark on the...

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Washington Car Accident Laws

Washington residents spend a lot of time on the road. Regular commuters and travelers on Washington roads are often involved in traffic accidents. Car accidents in Washington have laws to protect drivers and passengers and hold the responsible party accountable.  Table of Contents Toggle Washington State’s Fault-Based SystemWashington Laws for Behavior at the Scene...

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[Study] The Deadliest Highways in the United States

Unfortunately, fatal collisions occur every day throughout the United States.  For a variety of reasons, however, some areas on roads and highways see far more fatal crashes than others. Which American roads are the deadliest?  Where are motorists killed most often? Our Seattle personal injury lawyers worked with data visualization agency 1Point21 Interactive and...

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How to Handle Your Medical Bills After a Car Accident in WA

If you have been injured in a car accident caused by the negligence of another driver in Washington, you need to know how your medical bills will be paid. Unfortunately, this can be a challenging aspect of car accident claims. Medical bills often start coming in right away, but car accident claims may not...

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