Other Negligence

Washington law provides for injured parties to recover compensation from the negligent or careless party who caused it.  Cases of negligence can occur in various forms, such as:
Auto Accidents
• Brain Injuries
• Spine and Spinal Cord Injuries
Failure/Delay in Diagnosis
Medical Malpractice
Police Officers’ Injuries
Uninsured Motorist Claims
Drunk Driver Accidents
• Defective Products
Dog Bite Incidents
• Work and Workplace Accidents
Motorcycle Accidents
Bicycle Accidents
Pedestrian and Crosswalk Accidents
Truck Accidents
Insurance Coverage Disputes
Premises Liability
Slip and Fall Accidents
Trip and Fall Accidents
Wrongful Death
If you are injured by the negligence of another person, company, or government agency, get medical attention as soon as possible and follow your doctor’s recommendations.  Claims for injuries often depend on medical records linking your injuries to the incident, so it is important to get the medical care you need both for your recovery and to preserve your legal claim.
As an injured party you are entitled to compensation for the cost of your medical treatment, lost earnings, property damage, pain and suffering, loss of activities and lifestyle, and many other available losses.  For a list of the most frequent types of recoverable damages, see our Common Questions page.  The at-fault party is responsible for all injuries and losses that you sustain.  The at-fault party’s insurance company and its lawyers begin their work immediately after the incident to defend against your claim, including obtaining witness statements and other evidence, and investigating you and often your personal medical history and records.  It is very important to retain your own experienced injury lawyer as soon as possible after the accident to protect your rights and your entitlement to full compensation.
Attorney Terence Traverso and his legal team have successfully resolved many hundreds of negligence cases and they will help you recover all compensation available to you by law, either by settlement, arbitration, or trial.  For a free consultation or to ask questions about your possible case, call us at 425-453-0115.


Seattle-Bellevue car accident injury lawyer Terence Traverso


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