Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury Law in Washington

Injury victims need accurate information on how to pursue their accident claim. If you have been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you may have a lot of questions. Below are some of the initial questions that many of our clients have when they first contact Davis Law Group. The questions below may address some of your initial concerns.

If you don't find the answers to your questions here, feel free to contact us at any time to speak with someone about your case. There is no obligation in setting up a free consultation with our attorneys.

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  • Why Should I Choose Davis Law Group To Handle My Case?

    Davis Law Group, P.S., named ‘Best Personal Injury Law Firm’ in Washington, protects the legal rights of injury victims and families that have been impacted by wrongful death. We are a boutique local law firm that is nationally recognized for the kind of exceptional experience and award-winning expertise that gets exceptional results for extremely satisfied clients.    

    Demanding Accountability

    We use the power of the American civil justice system to make the at-fault party and their insurance company take responsibility for the harms and losses caused by reckless and negligent acts.  

    Award-Winning

    Attorney Chris Davis and Davis Law Group have received dozens of awards, recognitions and honors spotlighting our extraordinary expertise including being named ‘Best Personal Injury Law Firm’ in Washington.  > See Awards

    Excellent Results

    Clients come first at Davis Law Group. The legal team provides victims and their families the best possible experience on the road to recovery and journey to justice.  That’s why you can find hundreds of five-star reviews from satisfied clients. > See Case Results

    Unmatched Experience 

    After nearly a quarter century as a public safety advocate, Davis Law Group's founder, Attorney Chris Davis has developed an unparalleled track record for successfully taking on insurance companies, big corporations and government agencies. He is also the author of numerous books on personal injury law.  > See Resume

    In The News

    Attorney Chris Davis is one of the most respected and recognized civil litigation lawyers practicing in Washington State. You may have seen Mr. Davis on local or national news programs discussing the firm’s high-profile cases or offering commentary on other legal issues. > See TV Interviews

    Client Satisfaction

    Davis Law Group is focused delivering the highest quality client service. We want our clients to understand exactly what we are doing to manage their case and to ensure that they get fair compensation for injuries, harms and losses. We have more attorney reviews written by happy clients than any other law firm in the region.  > Read Reviews

    No Fee Guarantee

    Anyone can hire Davis Law Group without paying any money up front or out of their own pocket. No matter the outcome of a client’s personal injury case, they will never have to pay any attorney’s fees unless damages are recovered. > Learn More

    Free Case Review / Consultation

    Davis Law Group is a boutique law firm that deliberately selects the cases we take on--because attorney Chris Davis is directly involved with every in-house case our firm accepts. Using specific criteria, our case investigation team and attorneys thoroughly examine and review the case details of every potential client that contacts our office.  And we offer free, no-obligation legal consultations for victims of personal injury cases who can truly benefit from using our services.  > Schedule Your Free Consultation

  • What Does a Free Consultation With a Lawyer Actually Mean?

    There is not necessarily one true definition of a “free legal consultation” with a personal injury attorney.

    Most attorneys use this phrase simply as encouragement for people to call their office.

    Davis Law Group has represented accident victims and their families in Washington state and beyond since the firm was founded by attorney Chris Davis in 1994. In this time, we’ve had the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the common needs and concerns of accident victims.

    We believe that educating people about their rights after an accident is the best way to help accident victims make the best decision for their own future. And while we can’t necessarily tell you what other firms mean when they offer a “free legal consultation,” we can tell you exactly what it means at Davis Law Group.

    Free Legal Consultations at Davis Law Group

    When you call our office to discuss a potential personal injury case, you’ll first speak with one of our Case Investigation Coordinators. They work closely with the legal team to evaluate claims from accident victims and determine the best course of action moving forward.

    Many law firms simply sign up anyone who wants to hire them and will agree to handle their personal injury case as long as there is an opportunity to recover compensation. What many accident victims do not understand – due in part to the aggressive nature of lawyer advertising – is that it is not always necessary or beneficial for an accident victim to hire an attorney. In fact, many personal injury claims could be resolved without the assistance of a lawyer.

    In some instances, a personal injury victim may be able to negotiate and recover the same level of compensation that an attorney would be able to recover. Since hiring an attorney typically costs approximately one-third of the gross settlement value, victims in these situations essentially end up paying an attorney to do something that the victim could have done on their own.

    At Davis Law Group, we only believe in representing victims of accidents in situations where we are able to improve upon the current value of the claim. This may include situations where an insurance company is devaluing or outright denying an accident victim’s claim altogether and is trying to take advantage of the victim’s limited knowledge of the civil legal process.

    After you discuss the details of your claim with one of our Case Investigation Coordinators and the legal team has determined that you have a valid claim, we will set up an appointment for a free consultation with our legal staff.

    In this meeting, you will have an opportunity to voice your concerns and ask questions about the legal process. We will be very up front with you about whether or not we believe that hiring an attorney would truly benefit your claim.

  • Should I Talk To Reporters After An Accident? Should I Give An Interview To The Press?

    Should victims or surviving family members speak with the news media following a major accident or catastrophy?

    If you, a family member or someone you know has been involved in a serious accident or catastrophic event the news media may contact you.   But if the circumstance are such that you or a family member may have a potential legal claim for injuries, damages, or other harms and losses then you may want to think twice before agreeing to an interview. 

    It may be wise to delay speaking to the news media until you have had a chance to discuss your legal options with a media-savvy attorney who can help determine the best course of action.   

    Reporters are calling?  What should I do?

    The attorneys and media management team at Davis Law Group think that this question cannot be fully answered in a few simple sentences.  So we have authored an 18-page report on the subject to help you understand the pros and cons. 

    Here is an informal 30-minute video of Mischelle Davis sharing things you need to know about discussing your case with members of the media.

    News Media Interviews: Are They An Asset or Liability For Your Legal Claim?

    A Television, Radio & Newspaper Interview Guide for Victims & Survivors of Serious Accidents

    news media coverage report

    This FREE report outlines the specific pros and cons that news media coverage may have on the outcome of potential legal claims.  It also addresses the type of media management services that a law firm which has extensive media experience should provide for clients for whom media coverage is a serious consideration. 

    Click here to read this FREE report.

  • How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Washington State?

    statute of limitationsThe Statute Of Limitations (SOL) is a law that sets a strict limit on the amount of time that an accident victim has to file a personal injury claim or lawsuit in order to recover damages for their injuries, lost wages, medical bills, and more. 

    According to the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 4.16.080:

    Actions limited to three years.

    The following actions shall be commenced within three years:
    (2) An action for taking, detaining, or injuring personal property, including an action for the specific recovery thereof, or for any other injury to the person or rights of another not hereinafter enumerated;

    There are some exceptions to this rule, and you should consult with an attorney to determine whether any of those exceptions might impact your case. After the SOL has expired, injury victims are forever barred from pursuing a claim for damages. In Washington state, the SOL for many types of personal injury cases is three years from the date of the accident.

    Even though your SOL may not expire for quite some time, you may still want to promptly consult with an attorney in order to protect your rights, maximize the value of your claim, and increase the odds of a favorable outcome. Watch the video below to hear attorney Chris Davis of Davis Law Group explain the Statute Of Limitations in more detail:

    Warning: Don't Wait to Pursue Your Claim

    As Mr. Davis said in the video above, it is a dangerous practice to wait until the statute of limitations period is about to expire before filing a personal injury lawsuit. If the lawsuit is filed right before the deadline and if the defendant cannot be found, or if the wrong defendant is served, the case will be dismissed and the injured person may be left with nothing.

    For this reason, it is very important to hire a personal injury attorney long before the statute of limitations expires. Many attorneys will refuse to accept a case when the statute of limitations period is about to expire because there may be insufficient time to investigate the case, file a lawsuit, and locate and properly serve the proper defendants.

    The lesson: Do not wait until the statute of limitations is about to expire before you protect your rights. In many cases, an experienced personal injury attorney who is hired early enough in the claims process can help you avoid mistakes that may harm your case and perform work to greatly enhance the value of your claim.

  • How Long Does It Take For A Personal Injury Case To Be Resolved?

    Generally, the more serious and long lasting the injuries, the longer the claim may take to resolve your personal injury claim. There are exceptions to this, of course, but the general rule is that insurance companies are more likely to push back and deny or devalue a personal injury claim, especially in situations where the victim's damages are significant.

    The exact length of time that it takes for a personal injury claim to be resolved is primarily dependent on the length of your medical recovery, or how long it takes you to reach Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI).

    When you ultimately decide to settle your claim with the insurance company, you want to be sure you have accounted for all of your damages, past and future. You cannot re-open a personal injury claim once it has been settled, so it's extremely important that you reach the maximum level of improvement before you even consider settling the claim.

    Why Patience Is Key To Personal Injury Cases

    With many types of injuries, it may take months or years before you know a firm prognosis and how much future treatment may be necessary. It will be in your best interests to wait to negotiate a possible settlement until you have recovered from your injuries and no longer require ongoing treatment.

    It is important to wait to settle your claim until you are reasonably certain of how much your past and future losses will be. If your medical providers expect that you will require future medical care or treatment, then that treatment should be accounted for in any settlement discussions with the insurance company.

    As confusing and frustrating as the personal injury legal process is, the last thing you want is to settle your injury claim and then discover that you will require additional treatment or care. If you settle your claim before you fully understand the long-term implications of your injuries, you could be left to pay for that on your own.

  • What Is A 'Contingent Fee' Or 'Contingency Fee Agreement'?

    In some types of cases, like personal injury cases, the lawyer will not charge you unless you are “awarded” money through a settlement or at trial. In these “contingency” cases, you and your lawyer must sign a written agreement at the very beginning of the case stating how much money (called “recovery”) will go to the lawyer, and how that amount will be calculated. The lawyer may ask for thirty percent of the amount you are awarded, calculated after the lawyer deducts costs. Usually, you will have to pay the costs as they come up. But your lawyer may agree to pay the costs himself and deduct that amount from the money you are awarded. You may still have to pay costs even if you lose your case.

  • Can I Switch Attorneys for My Personal Injury Case?

    Should You Hire A New Lawyer To Handle Your Personal Injury Claim?

    Davis Law Group often receives phone calls from accident victims who are unhappy with their current attorney.

    The source of your 'buyer’s remorse' could be caused by a number of factors such as:

    1. a lack of clear communication during the early stages of your case;
    2. unprofessionalism from the attorney or the legal staff;
    3. or an attorney's lack of experience with your specific legal issue. 

    The good news is that in most cases, there is nothing stopping you from switching attorneys. However, you need to understand a few important things before you begin searching for a new lawyer.

    Three Important Factors to Consider Before Changing Your Lawyer

    1. Liens

    Once you hire an attorney and he or she begins working on your case, you may have entered into a contractual agreement allowing the attorney to be paid for the work performed. Although that contract cannot force you to keep your attorney, it does give your current attorney the right to be paid for the work they’ve done.

    If you decide to fire your current attorney and hire a different one, the previous attorney may also file a lien against your case. The lien may require you to pay your former attorney the reasonable costs incurred on your case. The lien may also require you to pay your former attorney a reasonable amount for work performed. The amount of the obligation may depend on the terms of your fee agreement. Often times there is an issue as to the reasonableness of the lien amount. 

    When Davis Law Group takes over a case from your former attorney, we will review the lien amount and determine whether the work performed was necessary or reasonable, and also whether the amount being claimed for the work is appropriate. In many cases Davis Law Group will negotiate the amount of the lien on your behalf to make sure you are not overpaying your former attorney.  

    The more time that your current attorney spends working on the case, the more costs they are likely to incur as a result of that work. The more time spent with your current attorney also means the more work your attorney has performed, and hence a higher lien amount. If you are considering switching attorneys, then you should do it sooner rather than later.  The longer you wait to switch attorneys could result in a very high lien asserted by your current attorney. A high attorney lien could dissuade a new attorney from taking over the case. 

    2. Mistakes Made by Previous Lawyer

    As you may already know, pursuing a personal injury claim – or any sort of legal claim– involves a lot of work. If the attorney currently handling your claim has made a mistake in your case then that mistake may be difficult or even impossible to fix.

    Some mistakes can further complicate your case or reduce the overall value of your claim, and may discourage another attorney from taking over the case. The sooner you switch attorneys in your case, the less likelihood your attorney may have committed a serious mistake that could damage your claim. Act sooner, rather than later.

    ​3. Length Of Time Your Current Attorney Has Had The Case.

    This could be directly tied to the previous two factors that we’ve discussed – lien amount and any potential mistakes made by your current attorney – but does not necessarily have to be tied into these factors.

    Regardless of the potential cost of an attorney lien or any potential mistakes made by that attorney, the length of time that another attorney spends working on a personal injury case can be an important factor for an attorney when considering whether or not to take over a case.

    For example, allowing your current attorney to litigate your case for several months and then attempting to switch attorneys a few months before the trial date may not be the wisest decision.  Your new attorney may be seriously disadvantaged by having to try your case in court on such short notice.  Every case is unique so make sure you discuss this potential problem with your new attorney before making the decision to switch.

    Act Sooner Rather Than Later

    The significance of each of these factors may vary between different lawyers. The good news is that there is always a chance that an attorney will be willing to take over a personal injury case if the accident victim is unhappy with their current attorney.

    If you are unhappy with your current attorney and decide that you want to consider finding another lawyer for your personal injury case, the best way to minimize any further headache is to do it as quickly as possible. The potential negative effect of each of the factors discussed above can be minimized by acting sooner rather than later.

    Contact Davis Law Group

    If you or a loved one has been injured and are unhappy with what you have experienced with your current attorney, we may be able to help. Please fill out the contact form on this page or call our office at 206-727-4000 to discuss your legal options with our award-winning staff.

  • Why Won’t An Attorney Take My Personal Injury Case?

    I've called several different law offices and no attorney will take my case.  Why?

    how come no attorney will take my caseIf you have called several attorneys’ offices, spoken to lawyers or their paralegals, and all have rejected your personal injury case you may be asking yourself, “Why won’t any attorney take my case?”

    I understand that you may be disappointed about the attorneys' decision to decline your case. And although making this realization only adds frustration to an already difficult time, the good news is that it does not necessarily mean that all hope is lost.

    9 Possible Reasons Why No Attorney Will Accept Your Case

    Of course, I cannot speak to the exact reason that a different attorney has declined to take on your personal injury case. But I can tell you some of the reasons that a law firm might typically decline to accept your case. Some of these reasons include:

    1. Outside of Practice Area

    Lawyers typically don’t take cases in which they have no experience. It's beneficial to you that they turned down your case. A good attorney knows his limitations. If there is another lawyer that has successfully handled cases similar to yours then an attorney may refer you to that lawyer rather than take on your case. 

    2. Time Limitations

    Some law firms get hundreds of calls every month from people that have been injured because of someone else’s negligence. Firms with a high call volume must evaluate a lot of cases to determine how they can be most effective and do the most good.

    3. Low Damages, Harms or Losses

    If you were involved in an accident but only suffered minor injuries (i.e. scrapes and bruises) you may not benefit from hiring a lawyer for your case. In most cases, it is not beneficial for an accident victim with a low level of damages to pay for an attorney to represent them due to the cost of hiring a lawyer.

    4. Legal Costs

    Any compensation you receive might be eclipsed by legal fees created by your case. Legal expenses (such as court filing fees, expert opinions, and medical record costs) may be more than what you can expect to receive in a settlement or court award. If the claim is small, then the expected recovery will be eaten up by attorney fees and expenses. Often times the expenses of a case can run into the thousands of dollars. If the expected value of the case is not high enough to justify the expenses, then most of the client's recovery will go to pay the attorney's fees and expenses. Many law firms will not accept a case where most of the settlement will be used to pay the attorney fees and expenses.

    5. Liability Questions

    Most injury attorneys will only take on cases where it's clear that the injury victim is not in any way at-fault for the accident.

    6. Little or No Medical Treatment

    In a typical personal injury case, your medical records and medical bills are the proof of your injuries. Even if you have injuries but have not seen a physician, have not made all of your necessary medical visits and appointments, or documentation of medical treatment is unavailable, an attorney may have a difficult time handling the claim. All legal claims require supporting evidence in order to prove the claim, and in personal injury claims, medical records are one of the most important pieces of evidence.

    7. Lack of Insurance Coverage

    There won't be a realistic means to compensate you for your damages if the person who injured you does not have insurance or if you do not have uninsured/underinsured coverage. People of limited means don’t have the money to pay a judgment and most would most likely file for bankruptcy to avoid paying.

    8. Conflict of Interest

    An attorney is unlikely to accept a personal injury case in which his own interests would interfere with his ability to properly attend to your case (for example, if his or her family member were the at-fault driver in your case).

    Another example might involve you calling an attorney’s office because you have a potential medical malpractice claim against a doctor, let's call him Dr. Jones. If the attorney has a client that is receiving treatment from Dr. Jones and/or Dr. Jones will be acting as a medical expert in another case handled by the firm, ethically the attorney cannot accept your case as his relationship and communications with Dr. Jones could be detrimental to either your case or that of the other client. An honest attorney will not take your case.

    9. Out of State

    If you were injured in Washington State you should find a Washington personal injury attorney to take your case. If you call an attorney that is located in another state he may not be able to help you unless he or another attorney in his firm is licensed in Washington.   

    Don't Give Up

    If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault, have received proper medical treatment and have supporting documentation that can be used to validate the injury claim, and know your case has merit, then you should not be discouraged by attorneys' decisions to decline your case.

  • Can I Maintain Medicaid Benefits If I Win A Nursing Home Abuse Case?

    People who contact our nursing home abuse lawyers about a potential abuse or neglect case often wonder if the potential award a plaintiff could receive would make that person ineligible to continue receiving Medicaid benefits after the lawsuit has been concluded or a settlement has been reached.

    Of course, most nursing home residents are recipients of Medicaid benefits, and it is usually essential that those benefits be maintained in order to ensure the resident can continue to receive the care they require. That’s why we usually make every effort to ensure that a client’s jury award or settlement does not jeopardize their ability to receive benefits from Medicaid.

    How We Can Help Our Clients

    If the client is under the age of 65 when the settlement or jury verdict has been awarded, then we will typically arrange for the money to be kept in a Special Needs Trust for the client’s benefit. If the client is over the age of 65, then the award can be the subject of a gift or can otherwise be placed in a pooled trust.

    The bottom line is that ensuring the continuation of Medicaid benefits for nursing home abuse victims can complicate the receipt of the jury verdict or settlement for the plaintiff. However, there are several steps that can be taken to ensure that the victim does not lose out on benefits they are entitled to after the case has been resolved.

    Contact A Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

    Each nursing home abuse or neglect case is unique in its own way, and the exact legal issues and strategies may differ depending upon the specific facts of the case. Contact our office at (206) 727-4000 or use the confidential form on this page to have your case personally reviewed by our attorneys. 

  • Do I Have A Legitimate Nursing Home Abuse Case?

    Generally speaking, every potential nursing home abuse or neglect case is going to be unique in its own way, and the legitimacy or chances of success will always depend on the facts or circumstances pertinent to that case. For these reasons, it is almost always beneficial to consult with an experienced nursing home abuse lawyer about your legal rights and options for pursuing a personal injury claim or lawsuit for damages.

    That being said, there are a few common factors that an experienced personal injury attorney will look for when it comes to the evaluation process of any potential nursing home abuse or neglect case.

    Bodily Injury Or Suffering

    In order for a person to pursue a personal injury claim or lawsuit against a nursing home, that person must have justifiable injuries or other damages that resulted from the misconduct on the part of the facility as a whole, or by an agent acting on behalf of the facility.

    A person could theoretically bring a claim or file a lawsuit against a nursing home facility for abuse or neglect which did not actually result in bodily injury or another form of physical harm. However, the financial cost associated with the legal process typically dictates that the damages should be serious enough in order to justify that cost.  

    An experienced nursing home abuse attorney will typically only agree to pursue a claim or file a lawsuit on behalf of an injured victim who has suffered some form of abuse, such as physical or sexual abuse  or neglect, and wishes to recover damages from the negligent facility and/or their insurer.

    Provable Misconduct

    In nursing home abuse and neglect cases, the nursing home facility’s misconduct is typically what drives the level of damages that may be recovered by the victim or the victim’s family. When a nursing home patient has suffered at the hands of serious or egregious misconduct, proving the case in court or during settlement negotiations is much easier to accomplish.

    In the most serious cases we’ve seen, facts and details of a case which easily shock the conscience of the average juror provide us with more leverage in settlement negotiations with the nursing home’s legal team and insurance company representatives. In these cases, preservation of evidence and timely contact of eyewitnesses is pertinent to a successful outcome.

    Regulatory Violations

    The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services regularly investigates reports of neglect, abuse, and noteworthy instances of bodily injury at nursing home facilities throughout the state. When it comes to holding nursing home facilities responsible for negligence or abuse, records of previous violations against the nursing home facility can help prove misconduct.

    This is one of the many reasons that it is important for victims and their loved ones to report instances of abuse, neglect, or negligence on the part of a nursing home facility. A paper trail showing a history of misconduct can serve as evidence that the nursing home facility has had issues in the past and has failed to correct those issues. It may be more difficult to prove a case against a facility which has no record of previous violations or discipline. 

    Contact A Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

    Of course, these are simply generic guidelines that may apply to certain types of nursing home abuse and neglect cases. If you believe you or a loved one has suffered as a result of nursing home abuse or neglect, it is likely in your best interests to at least consult with an experienced personal injury attorney about the facts of the case and your legal rights. Use the contact form on this page to have your case personally reviewed by Seattle attorney Chris Davis and the rest of our award-winning legal team. 

  • How Do I Find The Right Dog Bite Attorney?

    choose right dog bite lawyerHandling a dog bite case requires a level of expertise not every personal injury attorney has. If you’ve been injured by a dog bite, doing research and making an extremely informed decision can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    Victims of dog bites should find an experienced, dedicated lawyer that has the skill necessary to win in court if necessary. This can be a complex process and possibly take years to complete, meaning the attorney should have the financial resources available to see your case through to the end. Hiring experts, doing depositions and other various expenses require the attorney to have stable financial footing. An ability to take a case to trial, while expensive, puts pressure on the insurance companies to make fair and reasonable offers.

    The right dog bite attorney will know the following should be done without delay:

    • Secure evidence
    • Track down witnesses
    • Establish the animal’s ownership
    • Identify other responsible parties
    • Report the incident to animal control authorities
    • Obtain an incident report
    • Obtain relevant medical records
    • Contact insurance companies and establish a claim

    The outcome of a dog bite case is too important to put into the hands of a lawyer that doesn’t understand the intricacies of these cases. Additionally, no one who has been bitten or has family member that has been bitten should try and represent themselves. Dog bite laws are simply too complex, and only an attorney with a proven track record of success should be hired.

    Do your research. Read online reviews on sites such as Facebook and Google to get a good idea of the attorney’s background. Meet with several reputable dog bite lawyers in your area and get a feel for them. Finally, hire someone you feel comfortable with.

    Contact An Attorney After A Dog Bite

    Attorney Chris Davis – founder of the Seattle-based Davis Law Group, P.S. – has handled thousands of personal injury cases successfully, including numerous dog bite cases and achieved exceptional results for his clients. Mr. Davis and his team of legal professionals have both substantial experience and the skill to ensure that our clients will obtain optimum representation. 

    For a free case evaluation in a dog bite matter, please call us at (206) 539-0969, use the chat feature below or fill out the contact form on this page.

  • How Do I Find The Right Bicycle Accident Attorney?

    find the right bicycle lawyerEven the most skilled bicyclist puts themselves at risk for accident every time they get on a bike. Bicyclists enjoy the freedom, exercise and convenience, but unfortunately this group is also susceptible to plenty of serious and life-changing accidents.

    When a bicyclist is struck by a vehicle, or otherwise finds themselves in a crash, the result is often serious injury. If the accident wasn’t the bicyclist’s fault, they may be able to make a claim for damages against the at-fault person’s insurance company. In some cases, hiring an attorney is a smart option.

    Do not go with the attorney that promises the best results or the fastest settlements. No attorney can guarantee those things while still having their client’s best interests in mind. After careful deliberation, the right bicycle accident attorney should:

    1. Have the resources to properly invest in your case: Not all attorneys are created equal. A bicycle accident lawyer without the financial position to hire experts, hold depositions and properly invest in your case probably isn’t the right one for your serious accident.

    2. Have knowledge on the causes of bicycle accidents: These types of accidents can occur because of a multitude of reasons, and the right attorney should have experience identifying the causes. Texting and driving, improper turns, failure to yield, etc. are just a few of the reasons bicyclists are injured in accidents.

    3. Have experience going to trial and winning: An attorney that settles all their cases and never goes to trial likely won’t get you the best possible result. Having trial experience is essential for compelling insurance companies to make fair settlement offers. If those offers aren’t good enough, your attorney should be able to prepare a case for trial – then win.

    4. Have your best interest in mind: The attorney you choose to represent you should be a good listener and understand what is important to you. Honesty and integrity should be high on the top of your checklist when looking for a bicycle accident lawyer. 

    Contact An Attorney After A Bicycle Accident

    For almost 25 years, Attorney Chris Davis has obtained significant verdicts and settlements for bicycle accident victims and their families in Washington State. Davis Law Group, P.S., is respected in the courts and known for providing needed guidance and straight counsel. For a free case evaluation, call (206) 539-0969, use the chat feature below or fill out the form on this page.