Nicknamed “The Valley,” Spokane Valley is the largest suburb of Spokane. Located east of Spokane on the way to Idaho, Spokane Valley is named after the valley of the Spokane River in it is located. Spokane Valley goes by the motto: "A community of opportunity where individuals and families can grow and play, and businesses will flourish and prosper." They really take that to heart in Spokane Valley.
Home to the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum — located in the historic Opportunity Township Hall — Spokane Valley has a number of attractions for residents, employees, and visitors. Spokane Valley is home to the CenterPlace Regional Event Center, Avista Stadium — home to the Spokane Indians baseball team — and Spokane County Fair and Expo Center. The city also features seven miles of the Centennial Trail.
What to Do If You Are Hurt in Spokane Valley
Despite Spokane Valley’s commitment to public safety, accidents occur all the time. People drive while they are distracted, drunk, drowsy, or otherwise negligent and those people may cause serious and life-altering bicycle, pedestrian, and truck accidents. A neighbor’s dog becomes aggressive and may bite a passerby. Everything you can think of that may cause an injury can occur in Spokane Valley.
If you have been hurt in any of these accidents — or if you’ve been involved in any other kind of accident caused by someone else’s negligence — you may have the right to pursue damages through the civil legal process. The insurance company or individual who is responsible for paying your medical bills and lost wages, however, will probably try to minimize your injuries and potential recovery.
Davis Law Group won’t let this to happen to you. We want to help you fight back. Our attorneys want to investigate the accident that left you injured and, if appropriate, fight hard for your fair and full financial compensation.
You shouldn’t have to worry about paying legal fees. Davis Law Group accepts cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning we are only paid if your claim is successful. To learn more, please contact us via this website, by phone at (206) 727-4000, or by text to schedule a free, no-obligation case evaluation with us.