Washington State Auto Insurance Claim Laws You Need to Know About

When a person is injured by a negligent driver it’s important to understand how auto insurance in Washington state handles the accident. In the United States each state adheres to either a “no-fault” or “tort” (at-fault) system. Washington adheres to the “tort”...

What To Do if the Driver Who Hits You Has No Insurance

Unfortunately, a large percentage of Washington drivers either have no insurance or minimum-limits policies. Which is why we highly recommend that drivers review their insurance policies annually and consider obtaining uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage (UIM)....

How A Pre-Existing Condition Can Affect Your Auto Accident Claim

A pre-existing condition could potentially impact your auto accident claim in various ways. For example, if you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, the insurance company could use your pre-existing condition against you, claiming they have no...

Why You Should Hire an Attorney After a Hit-and-Run Accident

The aftermath of a hit-and-run accident is not just about the physical damage. There could be medical bills, potentially lost wages if you’re unable to work, and even psychological trauma. While it’s never something we hope to experience, it’s...

Teen Driving Accidents: A Lawyer’s Guide for Parents

Teenagers have a higher risk of fatal crashes, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This increased risk is primarily attributed to their inexperience, underdeveloped driving skills, and occasional lapses in judgment. Teens are more...

Will the Other Driver’s Insurance Pay My Medical Bills?

What happens if you are in a car accident and you have injuries, will the other driver’s insurance pay for your medical bills?If you are injured in a car accident that is not your fault the other driver (usually through their insurance company) is responsible...