Olympia Personal Injury Lawyer

When you’ve been seriously hurt because of someone’s negligence, you might be wondering what your legal options are. If so, you’ve come to the right place. Our attorneys have decades of experience helping clients win personal injury settlements. A settlement can help cover medical expenses, lost wages, and provide a sense of justice. To get started on your case, reach out to an Olympia personal injury lawyer today.

Our Attorneys Have Won Many Complex Cases

At Ladenburg Law, our personal injury attorneys can handle a wide variety of cases, including complex cases other law firms in Olympia may turn down.

Some of the types of claims we accept include:

We have helped with many other personal injury situations, too. It’s always free to schedule a case evaluation so we can hear what happened to you.

How Do I Know if I Have a Personal Injury Claim?

Often, we hear from people who have been hurt and are wondering if they have a valid case. During our case evaluation, we can let you know if a personal injury lawsuit is the right next step.

Think about your own situation. Does it have the following four elements?

  • Duty of Care. Did the negligent party owe you a reasonable amount of care or safety? For instance, when you visit a doctor, you depend on her to take measures to prevent further harm. On the roads, other drivers owe it to you to drive safe.
  • Breach. When that duty has been broken in some way, a breach has happened. It means the party who owed you the care has deviated from their responsibility.
  • Cause. One of the key elements in a personal injury lawsuit is proving that the breach of care caused your injuries, either directly or proximately.
  • Damages. Damages are all the losses, injuries, pain, and negative impacts from the accident. These can be economic (such as medical bills and lost wages) and/or non-economic (pain, suffering, and mental anguish). Typically, these damages are significant in a personal injury case.

If this sounds like your situation, please reach out.

Deadlines for Filing Personal Injury Lawsuits in Washington

In most cases, you have three years to file a personal injury claim in the State of Washington. This includes car accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and other forms of negligence.

These deadlines, also known as statutes of limitations, are the primary reason we urge you to reach out to our team of attorneys as soon as possible following an injury.

Our Olympia Personal Injury lawyers are Ready to Help You

It’s always free to speak with our Olympia personal injury lawyers. Please call us today to schedule a no-obligation initial consultation.

If you’re not able to make it to the office, please ask. One of our attorneys will be happy to meet you at your home, hospital, or care facility.

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