Injury Law Blog

At Premier Law Group we want to provide for all accident victims and people looking for legal help information about personal injury, employment, wrongful death law around Seattle and in Washington State.

Our goal is to provide readers with legal information and explain things so they will understand the laws for personal injury and employment cases.

The entire Premier Law Group Team is passionate about sharing information with people so they can make better informed decisions about their legal issues.

We encourage you to use the comments section of our blogs, or call us any time, if you don’t find the information you are looking here.

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    Are Your Legal Fees Negotiable?

    Our fee structure is generally not negotiable. We typically take one third of your settlement, or if your case goes to trial, 40%. What we do not do is nickel and dime you for every copy, stamp and envelope we use, so at the end of your case, you won’t be surprised...
    Are Your Legal Fees Negotiable?

    Can I get the lost value in my car back?

    Most property damage claims are settled based on, among other factors, market value of the repaired vehicle. However, as you’d suppose, if your vehicle is repaired, it’s worth considerably less than before the accident. The difference between what your vehicle was...
    Can I get the lost value in my car back?

    Seattle Duck Boat and Charter Bus Crash on Aurora Bridge

    Hi, this is Jason from Premier Law Group. My heart goes out to the victims and their families involved in today’s tragic collision between a Seattle Duck Boat and a charter bus carrying international students. We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to those who...
    Seattle Duck Boat and Charter Bus Crash on Aurora Bridge

    Do I Have To Use My Own Insurance?

    Let’s assume you were in an accident, and you and the other driver both have insurance. You have two options: You can make a claim with the other driver’s insurance, or you can make a claim with your own. Which one do you choose? The answer is: Either one. You are not...
    Do I Have To Use My Own Insurance?
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