Attorneys Representing Catastrophic Injury Victims in Washington State
Davis Law Group, P.S. is an award-winning personal injury law firm located in downtown Seattle dedicated to protecting the legal rights of accident victims and their families.
We represent people who have been seriously injured or suffered from the wrongful death of a loved one. If you have suffered a catastrophic injury as the result of negligence by another person or entity, we can help you recover fair and just compensation you can use to get your life back on track.
Can't visit our office? We can come to you.
We understand that accident victims with serious and life-threatening injuries are often unable to travel to our office in Seattle for a consultation. In many cases, Davis Law Group can send an attorney or case investigator to your hospital or home. We're only minutes away from Seattle-area hospitals including Harborview Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Virginia Mason Hospital.
Featured Case Results Involving Serious Injuries
- $5 million settlement for a woman with life-threatening injuries, including a serious traumatic brain injury (TBI), after a major collision. Read More About This Case
- $4 million settlement for the surviving children and family of a woman killed in a crash with a commercial vehicle. Read More About This Case
- $3.4 million settlement paid by the Department of Corrections (DOC) for the family of a man who was killed in a crash with a wanted felon who was fleeing police. Read More About This Case
Life-Threatening Injury Accidents
Often times, catastrophic injuries are life-altering and can force a person to make major changes to the lifestyle they are accustomed to. Unfortunately, these changes often include significant amounts of medical treatment, physical and occupational therapy, around-the-clock attention or healthcare, and even adjustments to hobbies and regular activities.
When a catastrophic injury is caused by the fault or negligence of another person, business, or government agency, accident victims often have a difficult time holding the at-fault party accountable for their actions. Insurance companies sometimes attempt to blame these types of injuries on the victim, or even accuse the victim of overexaggerating their injuries altogether.