If someone’s negligence caused an accident that resulted in your paralysis, you could be eligible for cash compensation. An Olympia paralysis injury lawyer can help by investigating what happened. If it turns out that you have a case, the lawyer can file a claim and fight for a settlement on your behalf.
Please read on to learn more to see if a personal injury claim might be right for you.
In a personal injury claim, you need to be able to prove that someone was careless or negligent and their behavior resulted in your injury.
Did you or a loved on suffer a paralysis injury due to the following?
If you believe that someone was responsible for what happened to you, please don’t delay in reaching out for legal support. In the state of Washington, you have only three years to file a personal injury claim (RCW 4.16.080). With few exceptions, you’ll be out of luck if you miss that deadline.
There are two ways that a lawyer can pursue compensation in a paralysis claim. Most commonly, the lawyer will attempt to negotiate a settlement on your behalf. This happens outside of court. However, if the lawyer feels that the settlement offer is too low or that negotiations aren’t proceeding fairly, a lawsuit can be filed. In a lawsuit, your case will be heard before a judge or jury and a verdict delivered.
One thing that makes Ladenburg Law different is that we prepare every case from day one as if it will go to trial. We work diligently to build your case, gather compelling evidence, and secure expert testimony if need be.
At every step of the way, we’ll inform you of your legal rights. You call the shots – we work for you.
We understand that you may have never had reason to work with a lawyer before. So, it’s important to understand that our lawyers work on a contingency basis. In other words, you only pay us if we win you a settlement.
We’ll front all the costs related to your case, including a trial if it becomes necessary. Our contingency-fee structure means victims are able to access the legal support they need when they need it most.
Please call an Olympia paralysis injury lawyer about your case today. We offer free, confidential case evaluations so there’s no risk to speak with us. Plus, if you can’t make it to the office, we can meet you at your home or hospital. When you call, please let us know how we can assist you.