University Place Personal Injury Lawyer

Were you seriously injured because of someone else’s negligence? If so, we encourage you to reach out to a University Place personal injury lawyer. It’s possible that you could be eligible to receive cash compensation which could help cover your medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.

We get it – you’ve probably never had reason to work with a personal injury lawyer before. And, you likely have questions about when and why to reach out. Please read on to learn a little more about how we can help personal injury victims.

You Only Pay Us if We Win You a Settlement

Hesitating to call because you’re not sure you can afford an attorney? At Ladenburg Law, we work on a contingency fee basis. In other words, you only pay us if we win you a settlement. WE will front all the costs associated with your case. This fee structure helps level the legal playing field for victims.

Incidentally, this means that we always offer free case evaluations. These meetings are a valuable opportunity for you to have a well-versed lawyer hear what happened and provide you with legal advice. No strings attached.

Cases that Warrant Legal Assistance

Our lawyers handle a wide range of personal injury cases, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Bike accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Slip and falls
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Wrongful deaths

No matter what happened, please reach out if you were hurt because someone was careless. Unlike other law firms, Ladenburg Law only handles personal injury cases.

When to Involve a Personal Injury Lawyer

To have a valid personal injury claim in Washington State, you need to be able to demonstrate that:

  1. Someone owed you a duty of care. That’s a fancy, legal way of saying someone owed it to you to take reasonable measures to keep you safe. For instance, store owners should make sure to fix hazards on their premises. Doctors should follow standards to provide appropriate care for their patients. Drivers follow traffic laws to keep other drivers safe.
  2. The duty was breached. Simply put, someone failed in their responsibility.
  3. You were injured as a result. We must be able to connect someone’s negligent action (or inaction) to you getting hurt.
  4. Your injury caused damages. Damages include things like medical bills, lost wages, and mental harm. (See RCW 4.56.250 for some of the specifics.)

One of our lawyers can help determine if your case warrants a personal injury claim.

Call Us Today

We know that you likely still have questions because every case is different. Please, reach out to a University Place personal injury lawyer today. As a reminder, it’s free to meet for a case evaluation. Let us see if we can assist you during this time.

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