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How do cases work?

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How do cases work? The thought of filing a claim can be overwhelming, especially when you are recovering from a motor vehicle accident or injury. Whether your case goes to court or not, our goal is to lessen the unknowns and provide you some peace-of-mind by guiding you through the legal process step by step. […]

What are the deadlines to file a claim?

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The only hard deadline to file a claim is the Statute Of Limitations (SOL), a law that sets a strict time limit for filing your case to recover damages. In Washington state, the statute of limitations is 3 years from the date of your accident or injury. Revised Code Of Washington (RCW) 4.16.080 “(2) An […]

I was rear-ended by someone and they have offered to pay

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I was rear-ended by someone and they’ve offered to pay me a fair amount for damages if I agree to proceed without getting our insurance companies involved. Should I take their offer? Video Transcript Almost every time I hear about this happening it’s because something has gone horribly, horribly wrong. It’s almost never a good […]

Is a rear-end collision automatically the fault of the driver that hit the other?

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    Is a rear-end collision in Washington State automatically the fault of the driver that hit the other? Video Transcript If you’re in a rear-end accident in Washington, there’s no longer what’s called negligence per se, which means that it’s automatically the other person’s fault. However, there’s almost no way to imagine that it […]