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2 Pedestrians Injured in 3-Vehicle Crash Near Seattle Center

Updated on: 7/8/2020

seattle centerTwo female pedestrians were injured after a three-vehicle collision Monday in Seattle, according to the Seattle Fire Department. 

The incident occurred at Fifth Avenue North and Denny Way, near Seattle Center, around 12:25 p.m.

The injured pedestrians were taken to Harborview Medical Center in stable condition. 

News images from the crash scene showed fire trucks, police cars and ambulances. One photo showed a car on the sidewalk and another with a cracked windshield. 

Further details are not available. 

Location of the Crash

Your Legal Rights as a Pedestrian

If you are able to prove the motorist(s) was responsible — or even just partially responsible — for your injury, you can seek financial compensation through a personal injury claim or lawsuit against the at-fault driver. 

Proving the driver was negligent requires showing that they failed to uphold their duty as safe drivers. This may include drunk driving, drugged driving, distracted driving (cell phone use), drowsy driving, failing to yield to pedestrians, etc. 

Any of the above factors may have caused your accident, and it’s important that you have someone on your side considering all the possible scenarios. 

Each case is different, but generally pedestrians are able to recover compensation for damages, but economic and non-economic. Economic damages include medical bills, lost wages, and any future rehabilitation. Non-economic items are typically pain and suffering and emotional distress. 

Hiring a Pedestrian Accident Lawyer in Washington

At Seattle-based Davis Law Group, P.S., we believe victims of pedestrian accidents shouldn't worry about unnecessary legal expenses. If you or a family member has been hurt, you’re already dealing with medical expenses, missed time from work, and a wide range of other unexpected costs. 

Seeking fair compensation shouldn't mean more out-of-pocket money for you. Our Washington state personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay us anything until we win your case, and your attorney fees come out of your overall recovery.

For a free case evaluation with an attorney, contact our office today. Call (206) 727-4000 today.

Chris Davis
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Chris Davis is the founder of Davis Law Group, P.S. in Seattle, WA.
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